Monthly Archives: July 2019

The AI Coach: VeloPro

The AI Coach: VeloPro

For the last few months I’ve been using a new coach. This was a big step for me. Since I stopped road racing 15 or so years ago, I’ve been virtually discipline-proof. Left to my own ...

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Friday Group Ride #461

Friday Group Ride #461

It’s a question of what grounds you. We all need that in our lives, right, a reset? I think one of the things that drew Padraig and me together was that we are both introverts. We recharge ...

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Paceline Podcast 163

Paceline Podcast 163

It’s summer in Pennsylvania! This week we tackle a Paceline-style PSA in the form of CPR training. Selene has quite the story. Riding eMTBs on singletrack is an activity that can elicit ...

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The Orbit

The Orbit

I am a person of multiple worlds. I hail from the South, a land as distinct as a foreign country. I chased adulthood in academia, but found it turning pedals. I discovered a home in New England, ...

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Friday Group Ride #460

Friday Group Ride #460

I’ve been on vacation, although this summer I did that weird thing where you just stay home and don’t go to work. A staycation. I didn’t have high hopes for it, but it has ...

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Ten, as in years. It was ten years ago today that I launched Red Kite Prayer. As I’m not a particularly goal-oriented person, but cast in a more Buddhist mode in that I enjoy the journey, I ...

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Bruce Gordon in Two Bikes

Bruce Gordon in Two Bikes

I have this sense that I could have devoted the entirety of a magazine to Bruce Gordon’s career in cycling. He was as multifaceted as a diamond. From his frames to his tires to his pumps to ...

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