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Friday Group Ride #274

Friday Group Ride #274

We rolled out in a drizzle that soon became a downpour, except that downpours tend to be short-lived. Three hours later with the road flooded in spots, the deluge continued. We were wet through ...

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Fast and the Big 5-O

Fast and the Big 5-O

A friend of mine, a little older than me, offered this tidbit as I was about to turn 50:  he said 50 is not a big deal, it’s 51. He said when you turn 51, that’s when you know you are in your ...

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Clif Organic Energy Food

Clif Organic Energy Food

Reviewing energy foods is, relative to our editorial mission, a difficult business. Not that it’s hard to review these products; rather, it’s hard to say anything that isn’t ...

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The Feed

The Feed

The hot new thing in retailing is box service. You can now buy shoes, sweaters, ties—hell, whole outfits—by what is essentially mail order. That doesn’t seem to lose a big hurdle with ties, ...

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Rapha Randonnee Southern California

Rapha Randonnee Southern California

Contributor Brett Lindstrom is back with another adventure in the mountains. These days Brett is best known as the public face of Lake Shoes here in the U.S., but he’d rather be found on ...

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The Greatest Season Ever

The Greatest Season Ever

[We’re going to be posting some work that originally appeared elsewhere as I move my home and office from Southern California to Sonoma County. This story first appeared in Peloton ...

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The Tour de Pier

The Tour de Pier

The gateway drug is one of the many banes of Western Civilization. It’s how the crack dealer indoctrinates a good college kid not just into drug use, but well past pot into the kinda of ...

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The Myth of the Complete Rider

The Myth of the Complete Rider

[We’re going to be posting some work that originally appeared elsewhere as I move my home and office from Southern California to Sonoma County. This story first appeared in Peloton ...

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Stride

Stride

By the time I saw the rut, it was too late. I’d just finished taking a shot of a rider ahead of me and as the dirt road bent left and began to drop, I tossed my camera over my shoulder, got ...

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The Crash

The Crash

[We’re going to be posting some work that originally appeared elsewhere as I move my home and office from Southern California to Sonoma County—and recover from an incident that resulted in 16 ...

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