Posts by Category: Body

2013 Interbike, Color

There’s a certain amount of activity at Interbike, a portion of the wares displayed at Interbike that are necessary to the general feel of the show but aren’t really critical to the ...

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An Evening with Argonaut Cycles

When I last crossed paths with Ben Farver of Argonaut Cycles, we were at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show and I was looking at a beautiful steel bike handcrafted by him. Fast forward 18 ...

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Announcing Red Kite Project

Some deeply insightful person once said that life is what happens while you’re busy making plans. I suppose being an entrepreneur falls along those lines. While I had my eye on trying to ...

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Giro New Road Apparel, Part I

When I first began riding—not to put too fine a point on it—I didn’t know what the hell I was doing. I know a great many riders who had the good fortune to be initiated into the sport by ...

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Dream Bikes

Adam Craig on the Gian TCX Advanced “I saw my dream bike today.” How many of us have said that? How many of us say it a couple times a year? For some of us it is a mantra. It was my 7-year old ...

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Friday Group Ride #183

The kids started school this week. Backpacks. Lines. Small desks. New teachers and friends. New subjects to daunt and dazzle. They are both, of course, complete geniuses, my boys, masters of all ...

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Being a Rider

As a latecomer to both the industry and riding at 28, I dove in during the spring of 2010 with the unbridled enthusiasm of a five year old at Disney Land. I wanted to learn everything about ...

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Not Dead Yet

I summon that famous, nay iconic, line from Monty Python and the Holy Grail as a means of framing a certain perspective on Pat McQuaid and the election for the office of UCI President that looms ...

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Bishop to Padraig

Last year, as I was wrapping up my coverage of the North American Handmade Bicycle Show I went to some length in describing my newfound love for the builder Chris Bishop. He runs a classic ...

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