Posts by Category: Machine

The Bell Stoker

The Bell Stoker

It’s fair to observe that we are entering a new era of regard for brain injuries. Our understanding of how they happen, the impact they have long term and what we can do to prevent them has ...

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A Visit to Seven Cycles

A Visit to Seven Cycles

Last week, I traveled to Boston for the first time in 15 or 16 years. As Robot noted, we’d also planned to ride together but due to an injury to his hand, that didn’t happen. Still, ...

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Scott Road Premium Shoes

Scott Road Premium Shoes

I first learned the Scott name because of those aero bars Dave Scott was using back when shoulder pads were in style. I had no idea they did anything other than crazy bars. Then I moved to New ...

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PressCamp ’14: the riding

PressCamp ’14: the riding

In my previous trip to Park City for PressCamp I didn’t ride an inch. On one hand, I was there to meet with manufacturers and talk with them about new product offerings. That my job. Bike ...

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PressCamp ’14: Part V

PressCamp ’14: Part V

I need to be honest and say that the first Ridleys I saw didn’t impress me. They seemed to be long on stylish industrial design and short on engineering. It wasn’t uncommon to ...

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The Cervelo R3 and S3

The Cervelo R3 and S3

Trust and manufacturing are two terms that aren’t used together often enough. On the occasions when they are used together, it usually comes as dispositive, as in, “I don’t ...

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Specialized S-Works Evade Helmet

Specialized S-Works Evade Helmet

Aero product marketing has a tendency to focus on savings, as in, you’ll save X watts. In theory, it makes sense. In actual practice, the only people I know who save energy are those with ...

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PressCamp ’14: Part IV

PressCamp ’14: Part IV

If I were on the singles’ market, I’d list among my favorite pastimes “talking to engineers.” God, I’m such a freak. My meeting with the guys at Kali was really ...

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