Posts by Category: Body

Threshold

Threshold

We appear to live in a linear world. Roads go from here to there. Tomorrow comes after today and 1 + 1 = 2. And while you can add 1 + 1 a thousand times and wind up with 1000 apples, oranges—or ...

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Huffmaster, Take Two

Huffmaster, Take Two

Given the way everyone responded to my photos of the recent Huffmaster Grasshopper, and the degree to which this site leans on the written word, as opposed to the visual beauty of cycling, I ...

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On Terms

On Terms

You know the challenge. You’re in a group and somewhere deep inside of you the river of time flows just as your blood surges through your veins. You are on one of two sides of an equation. Either ...

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Friday Group Ride #451

Friday Group Ride #451

I’ve ridden some bikes that didn’t fit me. I suppose that started with my first bike, which had been my brother’s. Kids bikes are needs must though, right? This pattern repeated ...

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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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Enough? Riding the Fish Rock

Enough? Riding the Fish Rock

In the days prior to Fish Rock, the weather forecast promised much, none of it to our liking. Even as a prediction of rain for Friday came and went, Saturday stubbornly stuck to its guns: rain. ...

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Another Side of the Struggle

Another Side of the Struggle

Previous contributor Becky Furuta (who wrote this terrific post) was a fellow competitor of Kelly Catlin and wrote this essay to help her, and us, process her death—Padraig.   I found out ...

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