Monthly Archives: September 2015

Friday Group Ride #280

Friday Group Ride #280

My junior year in college I did a seminar on Nietzsche with a visiting professor from the Czech Republic. Each week we’d be assigned some tranche of the German philosopher’s aphorisms ...

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The Lone Wolf

The Lone Wolf

Eugene Christophe   For those of us who have never ridden as a pro, never been selected to ride a grand tour, never ridden into Paris in late July, the Tour de France is the ultimate cycling ...

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Bishop To Heart’s Desire 1

Bishop To Heart’s Desire 1

Some time back I vowed to own a bike that was the perfect expression of all that I appreciated about the handmade frame. I wanted one that fit me, one that had the low-slung handling of the ...

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Saying Goodbye

Saying Goodbye

My love of Los Angeles goes back decades, clear into my childhood. To my preadolescent brain, it was a place of perfect modernity. The latest movements in sports, in toys, in fashion, in music, ...

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