Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Paceline Podcast #38

The Paceline Podcast #38

The road to the White House is in its final stretch but the Paceline is just getting started. We hope to bridge a serious Campaign 2016 gap with a show that highlights ideas, leadership and ...

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Undeterred: Levi’s Gran Fondo

Undeterred: Levi’s Gran Fondo

The reason King Ridge Road is King Ridge and not, say King Mountain, is that after making the arduous climb out of Cazadero you arrive not on top of a mountain, but at the crest of a ridgeline, ...

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The Next Gen Wheel

The Next Gen Wheel

One of the promises of disc brakes has been the opportunity to stop worrying about the brake track. Without needing to engineer a braking surface into a rim, an engineer is able to build a wheel ...

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Love on Auction

Love on Auction

Robin Williams’ bike collection is being auctioned off. It’s been two scant years since the actor’s suicide, a period in which his many of us have failed to process his ...

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Friday Group Ride #333

Friday Group Ride #333

They are stark visual memories, crisp, even today. My six-year-old self, only just able to pedal down my suburban street, standing rapt at the top of our drive as Jamie, a teen from four doors ...

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Your Dream Bike, a Survey

Your Dream Bike, a Survey

Heads-up people: This is our first-ever post from Fat Cyclist. The cross-pollenation of RKP and Fat Cyclist continues—Padraig. I spend a ridiculous amount of time thinking about bikes, and more ...

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The Paceline Podcast #37

The Paceline Podcast #37

We have a few more thoughts on  our big “Out of the Closet” segment from show #36. Plenty of you provided feedback and we address your thoughts and concerns. This is a topic the guys ...

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Reader-Supported

Reader-Supported

Enthusiast publishing is a bit like a cancer patient, and advertising is like chemotherapy to that patient. The very thing that allows specialty publications to survive—advertising—is also the ...

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