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Have you ever had the scintillating luxury of trying Sriracha peas? They’re a bit like wasabi peas, but coated in spicy Sriracha. As you’d guess they’re shades of red rather than shades of […]

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I’m back baby



Distance makes the heart grow fonder. So I’m told, anywho. By that logic, one would assume that a greater distance makes for greater fondness. Conveniently Dirty Kanza is billed as 200 miles, but […]

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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 long list of things for which I’m thankful. Retirement 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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