Monthly Archives: May 2016

Saying Goodbye to Owen

Saying Goodbye to Owen

Otis Guy regales the audience. We said goodbye to Owen Mulholland this past weekend. Eighty or so people gathered at the Marin Museum of Bicycling to speak on Owen’s behalf and tell stories ...

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Capping off a Stage

Capping off a Stage

An eight hour day at a desk is much better when the sit bones are nestled into and the lumbar supported by a Herman Miller.  The company has become a benchmark for workplace furniture. But Herman ...

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Hydrated in the Backwoods

Hydrated in the Backwoods

When I’m riding in an area where refilling bottles is going to be a challenge, I wear a hydration pack. I’ve done that on adventure rides as well as when mountain biking. And when ...

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The Frog in the Pot

The Frog in the Pot

Several weeks ago a friend of mine crashed on Pacific Coast Highway and was struck by two cars. For many people, that would have been the end of it, the end of them. But for my friend Steve, it ...

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Something to Hold Onto

Something to Hold Onto

When I built my first Cyclocross bike, my brother-in-law Scott was my lead consultant. He was an accomplished ‘cross racer and a trusted gear head. Most of his recommendations came with a couple ...

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Friday Group Ride #311

Friday Group Ride #311

I would like to report that, on my regular cycling commute here to my regular cycling industry job, I solve the world’s problems. As the proud holder of an undergraduate degree in ...

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