Monthly Archives: July 2016

Remembering Jeff Archer

Remembering Jeff Archer

My friend Jeff Archer was killed by a drunk driver last night. Archer had just stepped into a crosswalk in Mooresville, North Carolina, when Claydon Laural Turner, 30, stuck him. Jeff was ...

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Revenge Against the Ankle-Biter

Revenge Against the Ankle-Biter

For most of us (maybe even all?), mountain biking is a more dynamic sport than it used to be. When I first started riding off road, my skills were nonexistent and my gear couldn’t take much ...

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The Not-So Trojan Horse

The Not-So Trojan Horse

A trend is a funny thing. It will suggest what the future might be without being on the hook should events, uh, trend differently. It’s factual fortune telling without any responsibility. ...

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Carbon Calm

Carbon Calm

There can be too much of a good thing. As an American, I’m not supposed to believe that. I’m supposed to think that the answer to everything is more. The bigger house, the faster car, ...

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