Monthly Archives: November 2005

Too Much

It’s getting cold here in the Northwest — cold enough that yesterday when I went out for a ride, I only made it as far as the end of the block before I turned around and came back into the ...

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Rube Goldberg, Your Bike is Here

Last night I wrote a book review for Cyclingnews on The Golden Age of Handbuilt Bicycles, by Jan Heine. By and large, I liked this book for the pictures — the craftsmanship on some of these ...

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Cycling Stinks

I love biking. I love mountain biking. I love road biking. I have a sneaking suspicion I’m going to love track racing. I love getting ready for a big ride. I love the rhythm of riding on the ...

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Cycling Stinks

I love biking. I love mountain biking. I love road biking. I have a sneaking suspicion I’m going to love track racing. I love getting ready for a big ride. I love the rhythm of riding on the ...

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Into the Fire

Five years ago — by which I mean “between three and seven years ago” — Utah was in the middle of a serious water shortage. This crisis deeply affected me in several ways, including (but not ...

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Into the Fire

Five years ago — by which I mean “between three and seven years ago” — Utah was in the middle of a serious water shortage. This crisis deeply affected me in several ways, including (but not ...

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Into the Fire

Five years ago — by which I mean “between three and seven years ago” — Utah was in the middle of a serious water shortage. This crisis deeply affected me in several ways, including (but not ...

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Into the Fire

Five years ago — by which I mean “between three and seven years ago” — Utah was in the middle of a serious water shortage. This crisis deeply affected me in several ways, including (but not ...

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