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New Hampster



Potholes? Frost heaves? Naw, New Hampshire doesn’t have potholes… …instead we have man eating craters that rival the Grand Canyon that span the middle of the everyday thoroughfares. My post-Paris-Roubaix/pre-Tour of California […]

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The 365 Days of 2011



As a Socrates once said, a picture is worth a thousand words. By that logic, what follows here is quite the verbose essay because it would therefore be nearly a hundred thousand […]

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T1stATTKToNE



Many of you regulars here to iamtedking dot com will vividly recall Ryan from his mid ride explosion unequal to anything witnessed prior. This is perhaps how you stumbled upon Ryan on […]

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A bit of Then vs. Now.



It has already been said. And then those thoughts have been echoed, re-echoed, and subsequently mentioned again and again. But now I want to say it: the inaugural USA Pro Cycling Challenge […]

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Stage 2 Highlights



This highlight is an easy one. We’ll start medium, dip down to a low, then end on a high. After having spent a good chunk of July in Aspen, I know these […]

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Proud & Thankful 2nd Loser @ USPro Checking In



A bit of time has passed – oooh, about 72 hours for those with a stopwatch – since Memorial Day’s USA national championships race and I’m just now coming up for air […]

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USPro on the Docket



Pre-pre-race today and things are excellent. Let’s go through the checklist, shall we. I woke up to find my teammate and American partner in bike excellent Timmy Duggan. He was supposed to […]

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Scoping out Stage 2



As I say intro’ing this video, “High atop Donner Pass…” Cameron and I rode a doozie of a day today. One lap around Lake Tahoe with a tangent up to Truckee and […]

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