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°F = (°C x 9/5) + 32

I am freshly back from logging two weeks in the Belgian arctic, where spring has not yet sprung and Flanders is still wallowing in her natural frigid climes. While I was amid […]

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Tips from Ted

I like to pretend I know a thing or two about this bike riding thing. I’m paid real dollars (well, Euros rather, but those are then converted to dollars) in exchange for […]

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Therapeutic Soup for the Cyclist’s Soul

I hear my soup bubbling away in the kitchen as I peck away at this blog here. Mom sent me a recipe for pumpkin soup the other day. With that idea stewing […]

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The Life

I woke up yesterday morning to Cassandra, our pool girl (think pool boy, but as a woman), softly singing some indistinguishable Caribbean lullaby. With the Tuscan sun beating down on me the […]

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362-365 days into 2010

I’ve been to a handful of high places lately. San Pellegrino Pass(o) comes to mind, then a trans-Atlantic flight brings you to high altitudes. Pawtuckaway isn’t the Rockies, but it’s pleasantly high, […]

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Merry December 26th!

There’s a blizzard a ragin’ outside right now! …Just not outside of my house. We’re apparently slated for a pretty wicked Nor’Easter with up to 2 feet of snow expected. I went […]

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TUSB 3.0

What’s up slackers? I went for a bike ride today. What makes this ride slightly more noteworthy than average was that the average temperature during this ride was somewhere hovering in the […]

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Snow snow, go away.

Apparently Mother Nature is some sort of comedian, because as you probably know by now, the inaugural US Cycling Open began in a zero-visibility blizzard! The snow followed me every step of […]

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