The Most Difficult Sport in the World
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The Most Difficult Sport in the World

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Jul 8, 2013

Just the fact that cycling has a euphemism for crashing goes a long way to proving that this is a very demanding sport.

The More the Merrier
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The More the Merrier

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May 30, 2013

For that reason alone I’m a big fan of all cyclists because research shows that the more people who ride, the safer it gets.

The Greatest Cycling Photograph Ever Taken
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The Greatest Cycling Photograph Ever Taken

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Apr 6, 2013

I can find interest in this picture every day I see it.

The Legend of Franco Ballerini
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The Legend of Franco Ballerini

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Mar 29, 2013

One of the reasons why I love cycling so much is that there is plenty of drama. And drama makes for a good story.

This Then is the Goal
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This Then is the Goal

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Mar 22, 2013

There are certain benchmarks that I’ve thought about when it comes to Paramour.

To Strava or Not to Strava
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To Strava or Not to Strava

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Mar 2, 2013

For someone like myself who doesn’t race but still likes to compete, Strava is a pretty cool thing.

Narrowing the Focus
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Narrowing the Focus

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Feb 28, 2013

I’m not a huge fan of the movie Magnum Force, but Clint has a really great line that has always stuck with me.

Road Bikes

Road Bikes

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Dec 28, 2012

Lugged construction with triple-butted space-age steel can result in a sub-4 lb frameset you can ride all day. Speed, classic good looks, and comfort in one package.

City Bikes

City Bikes

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Dec 28, 2012

A great bike for those who want to commute or just get around the urban streets in style. I can build single- or multi-speed versions with an internally geared hub.

Cross Bikes

Cross Bikes

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Dec 28, 2012

With its European roots, a cyclocross bike is the tough country cousin of the road bike. This is great choice for those who want a single bike that does many things well.

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