Monthly Archives: December 2005

No One Rides Alone

I know some people who will not ride unless they have company. I am not one of those people. I like riding with another person or with a small group (or even, occasionally, a large group), but ...

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Could You Hang?

I’m convinced that any cyclist who watches the Tour de France has wondered what it would be like to actually ride in the Tour. No, I don’t mean ride the route in one of those tour ...

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Could You Hang?

I’m convinced that any cyclist who watches the Tour de France has wondered what it would be like to actually ride in the Tour. No, I don’t mean ride the route in one of those tour ...

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Rage

For the first time in my career, I have finished the year with more vacation days in the bank than I can carry into the next year. I’m in a use-‘em-or-lose-‘em situation. Obviously, I will use ...

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Rage

For the first time in my career, I have finished the year with more vacation days in the bank than I can carry into the next year. I’m in a use-‘em-or-lose-‘em situation. Obviously, I will use ...

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Humiliation

I think I could make a case that humiliation is the most motivating of all sensations. Last Friday, for example, as I rode into work, I hit a patch of ice as I was turning left through an ...

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Humiliation

I think I could make a case that humiliation is the most motivating of all sensations. Last Friday, for example, as I rode into work, I hit a patch of ice as I was turning left through an ...

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How to Buy Gifts for a Cyclist

There’s a certain irony in buying a cycling-related gift for a cyclist. Since one of the principal aims of a cyclist is, after all, to be light, any time you buy something for that cyclist, you ...

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How to Buy Gifts for a Cyclist

There’s a certain irony in buying a cycling-related gift for a cyclist. Since one of the principal aims of a cyclist is, after all, to be light, any time you buy something for that cyclist, you ...

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