Monthly Archives: June 2012

Press Camp Day 2

Press Camp is both the best and most difficult aspects of of a trade show rolled together. It’s the best of a what a trade show can be because you had the ability to receive the complete ...

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Press Camp Day 1

This was my first time looking at the Gore line in any depth; there were a number of impressive pieces. I’m in Park City, Utah, attending Press Camp, an event organized by Lifeboat Events. ...

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Lottery

  My two-year-old son, Philip, began riding a bicycle at the beginning of May. I don’t mean a bike with training wheels. I don’t mean a push bike. I mean a bike the way you and I ...

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The Rapha Five Decades T-shirts

I hadn’t planned on doing a second review of Rapha products right on the heels of my first, and it might not be fair to insert them into the current controversy with Lance Armstrong, but I ...

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Friday Group Ride #122

The drama of the week has distracted us from the drama of the week. Let’s get back to it, shall we? Despite suspicions that the apparent turmoil at Team RadioShack-Nissan was just that, ...

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The Inevitable

The Inevitable

So the big news is that USADA is finally charging Lance Armstrong with doping—really and for true! Let’s consider this for a moment: nearly two full years after one of cycling’s ...

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The Son of the Killer Kit

  The Killer Kit is back. Well, not quite. This would be the Son of the Killer Kit. Designed once again by the über-talented Joe Yule of StageOne Sports, those of you who have eyed (or ...

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The Hump

There was a time, not very long ago, when the average fan’s perception of Cadel Evans was not entirely favorable. Clearly a huge talent, Evans’ demeanor suggested a lack of maturity, ...

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