Monthly Archives: March 2010

FGR #15 Wrap

Time is to a cyclist what bricks are to a mason. It is both the forest and the trees. We slice it by the season, the day, the hour, the effort. Because the lengths of rides can vary so much, ...

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Friday Group Ride #15

By almost any ordinary definition the season is spring. The Spring Classics have begun. Spring training is on the minds of cyclists and baseball fans alike. Some schools are on Spring Break. Snow ...

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Felt Z1, Part II

The Z’s bottom bracket is massive. To be any broader Felt would need to move to BB30. When I found out that the Z1 frame was tipping the scales at 900g, I knew I wanted to review one. My ...

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Felt Z1, Part I

When Felt Bicycles came back from the brink of extinction a few years back I took note. Jim Felt had been a motorcycle race mechanic for a great many big names in motocross, names like Johnny ...

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Milan-San Remo Group Ride Wrap

The first two hundred kilometers of the Milan - San Remo one day classic play out like a group ride with triathletes in it. The pace is a little too high. It's a little more competitive than it ...

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Watershed

The ongoing parade of new bike and gear reviews have, at times, had the ability to overwhelm the reviews written on those products we ought to remember. I began thinking about the cycling ...

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Thursday Group Ride: Milan-San Remo

What? A Group Ride on a Thursday? Well, yes. I promised when the Het Nieuwsblad Group Ride went off a few short hours before the race itself got underway that I’d do a better job as the ...

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