Monthly Archives: August 2018

Paceline Podcast 125

Paceline Podcast 125

How do you eat? This isn’t a question about whether or not you chew, but what do you fuel with? Selene talked to Hannah Grant, the author of Eat. Race. Win. a book all about fueling for ...

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The Pull: Gary Fisher

The Pull: Gary Fisher

Few people can claim to be as inextricably linked with the birth of mountain biking as Gary Fisher. His company MountainBikes produced what were arguably the very first production mountain bikes, ...

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What Happened?

What Happened?

Of the many events I’ve signed up for in my life, the array isn’t all that vast. They are mostly one-day rides. That’s all the typical event promoter wants to do, for any number ...

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Friday Group Ride #419

Friday Group Ride #419

I am lucky to talk to people about new bikes all the time, people of every stripe. There are a fair few who are genuinely trying to go fast, either to beat up on their friends on a weekly ...

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Paceline Podcast 124

Paceline Podcast 124

Selene has a dilemma: Some people don’t much like cyclists. What to do? You’re riding on a bike path where pedestrians and cyclists need to coexist, hopefully peacefully, but you need ...

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The Pull: Mark DiNucci, Part II

The Pull: Mark DiNucci, Part II

In Part II of my conversation with Mark DiNucci, we discuss some of the work he has done as an engineer working on contract for other manufacturers, like SAPA and Evil. We go into greater depth ...

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Bucket List Rockies

Bucket List Rockies

We are puny. Nothing on earth so thoroughly drives home that message to me than being in big mountains, such as the Alps, Pyrenees … or the Rockies. Looking out on the expanse below helps ...

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A Visit to the Alchemist

A Visit to the Alchemist

As a bike geek, there’s almost no place I can go that is cooler than visiting a bike company, especially one that actually manufactures on-site. I like seeing where the sausage is made, ...

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Friday Group Ride #418

Friday Group Ride #418

Normally I’m the one asking the questions, but I had a note from my friend Karl this week that got me thinking extra hard about bikes. Given that I spend most of my days thinking about ...

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The Pull: Mark DiNucci

The Pull: Mark DiNucci

If you wanted to find the American who made the most profound impact on the ride of steel road bikes in the last 30 years, it would be hard to find a person more influential than Mark DiNucci. As ...

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