Monthly Archives: October 2005

Respect for the Bonk

Last Saturday, when I did the Issaquah Alps, it didn’t occur to me that the hardest climb of the day would come after the event was over. I had used all my food and all my energy in ...

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Respect for the Bonk

Last Saturday, when I did the Issaquah Alps, it didn’t occur to me that the hardest climb of the day would come after the event was over. I had used all my food and all my energy in ...

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I Would Be a Terrible Randonneur

Last week, four different people forwarded me email messages telling me I ought to do an upcoming ride: the Seattle Randonneur Club’s 100k Populaire, sometimes called “The Issaquah Alps.” ...

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The Alpine Gauntlet

First of all, I’ve got a new article in Cyclingnews.com published: New Armstrong Allegations from L’Equipe!   Second, I’d like to indulge myself by posting a little blast from ...

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The Alpine Gauntlet

First of all, I’ve got a new article in Cyclingnews.com published: New Armstrong Allegations from L’Equipe!   Second, I’d like to indulge myself by posting a little blast from ...

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Three Useful Tips

Nobody reads The Fat Cyclist for useful advice. Or at least, I hope not, because I never give useful advice. Unless you count a detailed recounting of “how to eat like a sideshow ...

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Three Useful Tips

Nobody reads The Fat Cyclist for useful advice. Or at least, I hope not, because I never give useful advice. Unless you count a detailed recounting of "how to eat like a sideshow freak" ...

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Three Useful Tips

A Note from Fatty: This “Best of Fatty” post rescued from my old MSN Spaces archive. Originally posted October 7, 2005. Nobody reads The Fat Cyclist for useful advice. Or at least, I ...

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Three Useful Tips

A Note from Fatty: This "Best of Fatty" post rescued from my old MSN Spaces archive. Originally posted October 7, 2005. Nobody reads The Fat Cyclist for useful advice. Or at least, I ...

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