Tag Archives: Vermont


An Aberration From the Norm

The past many years have been pretty much the same when it comes to my personal race calendar. In reality, riders don’t have much say when it comes to our individual programs […]

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Former teammate Guillaume Boivin swooped down from Canada and joined us the whole way.

A Brief History of Everything (that’s at least mildly important)

239 years ago yesterday was the Fourth of July, the birthday of our fair nation in the year 1776. From that original 4th of July in 1776, 238 years and 363 days […]

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“Ice Cold!”

And now, a quiz. Question 1: What’s cooler than being cool? Answer: Ice Cold. Question 2: What’s cooler than riding bikes in Vermont in June? Answer: Absolutely nothing. In an action packed […]

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Salt water.


In my list of life accomplishments, I can now check off “Wake up at 3am for a 6am start to a 50 mile mountain bike race, drive to race, arrive at a […]

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July 2014 in New England

A photo gallery of my late July in NH, VT, ME, and the Atlantic Ocean.

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Sometimes You Just Gotta Get Your Feet Wet

It’s not often you stub your toe while training. Of course, it’s also not often that you are forced to detour from your planned route, pedal through a field, remove your shoes […]

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Recovery Poutine

If you ever care to feel embarrassingly dependent on material goods, give this scenario a whirl: forget your telephone in the car which has just dropped you off at the airport and […]

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Clearing up a sticky mess

So why maple syrup, Ted?     I love maple syrup for a variety of reasons – the purity, the nostalgia, its simplicity in contrast to its oh-so-delicious complexity. It may sound […]

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