Monthly Archives: April 2019

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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Transcendence

Transcendence

Yesterday morning, as I tried to gather myself from the haze of fatigue left in the wake of the Sea Otter Classic, I began to encounter stories about the burning of Notre Dame. My reaction echoed ...

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The Sea Otter Classic, Part I

The Sea Otter Classic, Part I

Holy cow. With the demise of Interbike and a complete inability to get on my motel’s (or Starbucks) wifi, I’m faced with reviewing the entirety of my experience at Laguna Seca in ...

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Friday Group Ride #449

Friday Group Ride #449

I was running before I knew what had happened. I don’t even really remember why I started running, probably the press of time and some vague memory of high school cross country meets. The ...

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No Sweat: The Veo Strip

No Sweat: The Veo Strip

I remember the first time a broke sweat during physical activity. I was 7. My father and I were at a driving range in Reno, NV. It was summer and we were smashing golf balls like two made men. ...

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Friday Group Ride #448

Friday Group Ride #448

I’ll start with two questions, neither of which are this week’s actual question. The first is, have you ever seen someone at the grocery, shopping, pushing a car, wearing a bike ...

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