Posts by Category: Body

Friday Group Ride #430

Friday Group Ride #430

Bread and water. Pan y agua. None of us rides on that anymore. Most of us have $5-10 worth of highly engineered nutrition on board when we take on a serious ride (define for yourself). I tend to ...

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Neko’s Fun Ride

Neko’s Fun Ride

One of the projects I set for myself for this trip to Taiwan was to try to learn more about the cycling culture here. The Taiwanese love cycling. Where my Vietnamese friends detest cycling as a ...

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Friday Group Ride #428

Friday Group Ride #428

It’s been a rainy fall here in New England, and every time I clip on my plastic fender to make the short trip to work I think of my time in Seattle and the way everyone (statistically) has ...

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Taiwan

Taiwan

It’s not a stretch to say that Taiwan is the single most important location in all of cycling. Say what you want about the Wallers-Arenberg forest, the Col du Galibier, Lake Como, the Mur ...

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Off the Bike Attractions

Off the Bike Attractions

One of the reasons I wanted to host the Ronde et Vous was to provide an event that sat somewhere between a gravel ride and the Handmade Bicycle Show. Because the gravel category is so conducive ...

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Hey That Was Fun!

Hey That Was Fun!

The Ronde et Vous is in the books. I’m not normally at a loss for words, but this is one occasion where I feel like saying much about the event other than just bare facts will come across ...

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The Metamorphosis

The Metamorphosis

The compliment came as I was in line at the coffee shop following the big Saturday ride. The South Bay was still warming in the fall sun, the marine layer yet to burn off and most of us clacking ...

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Interbike 2018, the Faces, Part II

Interbike 2018, the Faces, Part II

Jeff Zell, on the left, heads up operations for Panaracer and Minoura here in the U.S. I got to know him after I wrote Peloton’s eighth issue. He charmed me in his note and it was easy to ...

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Interbike 2018, the Faces, Part I

Interbike 2018, the Faces, Part I

Every industry is built on people and relationships. I work in the bike industry because I like and trust people in the bike industry in a way that never occurred in other industries. The fact ...

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