Monthly Archives: April 2019

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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Paceline Podcast 151

Paceline Podcast 151

This week Selene takes on a couple of training questions, and prepares Patrick for some of the hard work he’s going to need to do as he gets ready for this year’s Dirty Kanza. She ...

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The Pull: Bryce Gracey of No. 22

The Pull: Bryce Gracey of No. 22

No. 22 is a newcomer on the custom bike scene. The company was founded in 2012 by Bryce Gracey and Mike Smith on the idea that titanium just rides better. After working with a couple of different ...

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Same Old Trail

Same Old Trail

It’s a ride any of us might make. Roll from home, dodge traffic, turn into the park. Once on the trail, the sounds of the city fade, as does the light. The world is softer, more forgiving ...

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