Posts by Category: Machine

Rethinking the Possible

Rethinking the Possible

When I was in Sedona for Magura Camp, Intense was one of the brands on hand with product to check out. Of course, my focus was road, but fortunately, I was afforded three rides and there were ...

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Friday Group Ride #319

Friday Group Ride #319

I am interested in where people’s conception of what a “bike” is comes from. That is to say, when you think of the bikes you want to ride, where does the image come from? Having ...

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Moving in Stereo, Part II

Moving in Stereo, Part II

Driving the bus Not all tandem experiences are created equal. I once rode a tandem that felt like I was unintentionally courting disaster. (Shepard notes that when Co-Motion started in 1988 their ...

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Summer PressCamp 2016, Part VI

Summer PressCamp 2016, Part VI

PressCamp this year had so much awesome, it’s been tough to sift through it all. We could probably pull together another two or three posts on everything we saw. Alas, we’re just ...

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Moving in Stereo, Part I

Moving in Stereo, Part I

I like tandeming. I wouldn’t ever want it to be the only kind of cycling I did, but without tandems the cycling world would be less interesting. Imagine a world in which there was no ...

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Summer PressCamp 2016, Part V

Summer PressCamp 2016, Part V

When I found out that 3T would be at PressCamp, I was pretty excited and I emailed Dave Koesel, the head of 3T USA to let him know I wanted a chance to ride their new aero gravel bike, the ...

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Summer PressCamp 2016, Part IV

Summer PressCamp 2016, Part IV

Ridley has always been known for making race bikes for people who want to go fast, but there was a time when their engineering lagged behind their ambition. Those days are gone. They continue to ...

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Summer PressCamp 2016, Part III

Summer PressCamp 2016, Part III

Smith showed off a couple of new helmets, the Route (road) and the Rover (MTB). Like their predecessors, the Overtake and the Forefront, the Route and the Rover both use Koroyd in the helmet to ...

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