Monthly Archives: December 2016

Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Tomorrow, we will post our last Paceline Podcast of the year. It’s been a long year and I need a (tiny) break. This is just a heads-up that we’re going to take a few days off, do as ...

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The Paceline Podcast #48

The Paceline Podcast #48

The Paceline is supported by: Health IQ. The people at Health IQ believe in cyclists and believe that healthy people should be rewarded with lower life insurance rates. Check them out here. We ...

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Appropriation and Empathy

Appropriation and Empathy

This past September, writer Lionel Shriver gave an address at the Brisbane Writers Festival for which she was later accused of crimes agains identity politics. Her offense was to argue on behalf ...

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One Million

One Million

It’s just a number. It’s equal to the population of a large city in the U.S. It’s estimated to be the number of selfies taken each day and the number of people suffering ...

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The Paceline Podcast #47

The Paceline Podcast #47

The Paceline is supported by: Health IQ. The people at Health IQ believe in cyclists and believe that healthy people should be rewarded with lower life insurance rates. Check them out here. ...

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The Gravel Slayer

The Gravel Slayer

At the point I center-punched the granite block I wouldn’t have admitted to you I was out of control. To admit such a thing would require me to even agree with that statement … or ...

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The $1,000,000 Prize

The $1,000,000 Prize

A Note from Fatty: This is a guest post from Katie Bolling, Development Director at World Bicycle Relief. She’s the one who’s been wrangling most of the incredible prizes (like the ...

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An End to Clammy

An End to Clammy

I used to think I objected to anything that affected my touch or grip, at least as I worked on bikes, though it’s emblematic of my learner need not for control but for input, for my need to ...

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