Monthly Archives: April 2019

Huffmaster, Take Two

Huffmaster, Take Two

Given the way everyone responded to my photos of the recent Huffmaster Grasshopper, and the degree to which this site leans on the written word, as opposed to the visual beauty of cycling, I ...

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On Terms

On Terms

You know the challenge. You’re in a group and somewhere deep inside of you the river of time flows just as your blood surges through your veins. You are on one of two sides of an equation. Either ...

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Friday Group Ride #451

Friday Group Ride #451

I’ve ridden some bikes that didn’t fit me. I suppose that started with my first bike, which had been my brother’s. Kids bikes are needs must though, right? This pattern repeated ...

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Paceline Podcast 153

Paceline Podcast 153

Pennsylvania in spring is a good place to be a cyclist. The landscape glows in technicolor and the events can be unusual with equal doses of nutty, fun and camaraderie. Selene shares some of the ...

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Sea Otter Classic, Part II

Sea Otter Classic, Part II

For all that Sea Otter purports to be, what makes the expo most compelling isn’t the new helmet technology or the energy bar formulated from sand and cat hair. It’s the bikes. A bike ...

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Friday Group Ride #450

Friday Group Ride #450

You have to be careful what you wish for. I remember going to Disneyland when I was about 12. This is something I had dreamed of as a younger child. The lines were long. The rides were short. And ...

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Paceline Podcast 152

Paceline Podcast 152

Patrick is back from the Sea Otter Classic so we are back on our normal schedule. This week he reports on a new gravel bike, one that happens to be fully suspended, to be released later this ...

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The Pull: Steve Rex

The Pull: Steve Rex

This week my guest is frame builder Steve Rex. Back in 1997 I moved to Redondo Beach, Calif., and began doing the local group rides. There was a guy on that ride who wasn’t on a Trek, Specialized ...

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