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The Paceline Podcast 191

The Paceline Podcast 191

We’re talking about Covid-19 this week. Kinda hard to do anything else, huh? First we look at riding outside and whether or not that’s the right thing to do. By now it seems obvious ...

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The Fear Muscle

The Fear Muscle

I have certain themes I like to work in. They reflect how I see the world, my sense of my culture, my knowledge of biology and neuroscience, my sense of spirituality and often times the ...

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Paceline Podcast 190

Paceline Podcast 190

Selene is back from The Mid-South and managed to avoid getting sick and breaking her bike. Patrick is not so much back from spring break as still here; he canceled his trip with his boys. Selene ...

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What We Wish They Knew

What We Wish They Knew

Communication. It’s been a subject of much consideration for me lately. It’s as multi-faceted as a princess-cut diamond. There’s who my circle of contacts has been lately. Given ...

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What Next?

What Next?

As the news of the spread of Covid-19 informed us of its departure from China to Europe, to cruise ships, Iran and beyond, I knew it was only a matter of time before it reached our shores. What I ...

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Paceline Podcast 189

Paceline Podcast 189

This week we take on Daylight Saving Time and sleep. Selene talks about her coming trip to Oklahoma for The Mid-South (formerly Land Run), and a quote from her boss, Bill Strickland, about ...

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Paceline Podcast 188

Paceline Podcast 188

Last weekend Selene rode her first Grasshopper, Super Sweetwater, so now she can report to everyone who isn’t already in Northern California (most of the world, honestly), just what it is ...

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Handlebar Evolution: the Wave Bar

Handlebar Evolution: the Wave Bar

Back in the early 2000s FSA, which has been the home to more creative ideas than the industry gives them credit for (see: subcompact cranks, etc.), came out with a handlebar called the K-Wing. ...

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Grace

Grace

It is late afternoon on a workday in Lucca, Italy. I’m wandering the narrow city streets after leading a bike tour up into the mountains outside of town. The buildings, crafted from stone ...

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Returning from the Outer Reaches

Returning from the Outer Reaches

My relationship to the mysterious is one of wonder and expectant understanding. I have always figured that it was a matter of time before we, as a species, came to learn the things we don’t ...

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