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Something More Than Apples and Cornflakes



Who remembers the 2011 Tour of California? If you’re drawing a blank, this might serve as a reminder. The opening stage was cancelled due to snow so rather than basking in the […]

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354 Days and Counting



Thanksgiving was of course last month, but with the end of the year looming large, there is a bountifully┬álong list of things for which I’m thankful.┬áRetirement from the WorldTour, moving across the […]

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The more things change…



Racing bikes and writing about it, 2016 is the new 2015. Prior to Leadville I got to soak up some of my favorite former training grounds of Nederland. Check out those insider […]

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8/13, Pb-ville



I had a nice little Saturday morning two days ago. In fact, the fun segued briefly into Saturday afternoon given that my finish time was seven hours and four minutes in a […]

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San Juan Hut Trip — At last, we’re not at risk of flooding. Days 4 & 5



Although now three days in and thoroughly waterlogged, looking on the bright side we haven’t had a single bear attack nor been charged by a cow. (Note: there is real deal cattle […]

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Your Lucky #NewKitDay



Great news! It’s July and that means World Bicycle Relief has a dollar-for-dollar campaign match the entire month. Better yet, with a handsome donation you can immediately earn this handsome jersey. Made […]

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Next Gen’



My favorite picture from my days in the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference is a breakaway featuring a single rider each from Harvard, Princeton, UPenn, Columbia, Dartmouth, and lil’ Middlebury College. That there […]

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What A Momentous Day!



Only six months overdue, but this might be the best retirement card yet. In fairness, this is the second card I’ve received from this generous gift giver. Okay okay, it’s less of […]

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