Monthly Archives: May 2016

Inherent Bias

Inherent Bias

I used to write for a wine magazine, interviewing wine makers about their craft. It was terrific fun and gave me a chance to learn a great deal about what makes some wines memorable and others ...

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Curiosi-Ti

Curiosi-Ti

I have a few blind spots in my bike product repertoire. I have ridden Campagnolo, but have little feel for the differences between Record and Chorus. I have never bombed a downhill run on a bike ...

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Friday Group Ride #312

Friday Group Ride #312

I probably pay too much attention to frames and not enough to components. As important as they are to the way a bike rides, I just don’t find shifters, derailleurs and brakes particularly ...

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Casing Is Key

Casing Is Key

I’ve got a bike that I loved riding while I lived in Southern California, but since moving to Sonoma County has hung more miles than it deserves. The challenge is that because it’s an ...

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