Tag Archives: Bernard Hinault

Celebrating the Win

Celebrating the Win

Winning. What comes to mind when you read that word? In this context, it’s likely an image of a rider with their hands thrust skyward with a long trail of human exhaust (and exhausted) ...

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Friday Group Ride #443

Friday Group Ride #443

Sometimes I think in titles. I am fairly certain that’s not the way writers are supposed to write, coming up with the title first and then filling in the ideas after. It’s especially ...

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Friday Group Ride #389

Friday Group Ride #389

The snow has not yet fallen (though we are told it is imminent), so I was surprised to hear from not one but two cyclist friends in the last two weeks that they had been riding in their ...

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LOOK KEO 2 MAX BLADE

LOOK KEO 2 MAX BLADE

Recommending contact point components on a bicycle is tricky business. Bars, Saddle, Pedals: that’s personal stuff. It’s probably why we have so much to chose from. I could glow about ...

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A New Mythology

A New Mythology

There is no longer room in the Western world, the developed part of it, for stories to grown and breathe without the Internet and the tight stranglehold of journalists, amateur and professional ...

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This Week in Pro Cycling

This Week in Pro Cycling

With his sweep of the Ardennes Classics Flèche Wallonne and Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Alejandro Valverde managed to keep alive what is both the most troubling and least interesting question in ...

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In Praise of Pavement

In Praise of Pavement

I love riding gravel roads on my road bike. I love the energy and focus it takes to navigate the ruts and grooves with skinny tires. I love the effort required to climb stupidly steep grades ...

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Sir Bradley the Weird

Sir Bradley the Weird

Permit me an unfair, inaccurate and sweeping generalization. The United Kingdom is full of freaks. Okay, so I know the entire population of the U.K. isn’t as eccentric (or funny) as John ...

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