Monthly Archives: September 2013

Choices that bring cycling safety to light

By Christopher Cudworth A recent pair of stories really struck home on the issue of cycling safety. The first chronicled the death of a cyclist at a busy intersection on Diehl Road, a heavily traveled frontage route along I-88 in … Continue reading

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Nothing better than running and riding on a two-track trail

By Christopher Cudworth With all the ways to get lost in this world you probably aren’t looking for one more suggestion on how to escape the confines of GPS and your commuter route. But here goes. You need to find … Continue reading

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The brilliantly messy process of evolving in your running and riding

By Christopher Cudworth My brother-in-law is a funny guy. He likes to tease about certain things. One of them is the concept of perfection. He maintains there is no such thing. Given the generally messed up state of the world, … Continue reading

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What’s your Call To Action when you run and ride?

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By Christopher Cudworth In marketing terms, the Call To Action (CTA) is a crucial element in motivating potential customers to make a purchase or download information about your company. Considerable time and effort…

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What’s your Call To Action when you run and ride?

By Christopher Cudworth In marketing terms, the Call To Action (CTA) is a crucial element in motivating potential customers to make a purchase or download information about your company. Considerable time and effort is given in website marketing and Pay … Continue reading

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Running and riding through our sentiments

sen·ti·ment Def #1: a view of or attitude toward a situation or event; an opinion.  Def #2: a feeling or emotion. I used to be quite the sentimental person. One doesn’t know exactly why certain sentiments build up in the … Continue reading

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Are people who run and ride canaries in a coalmine on global warming?

On the run (or ride) from global climate change As a worldwide scientific consensus on the issue of global warming continues to build, the community of ideological naysayers who think the earth is simply too big to be impacted by … Continue reading

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See how far gratitude can take you

By Christopher Cudworth  As you make plans for your next long run, ride, or swim, it might be wise to consider how thankful you should be for the ability (and time) to do your favorite activities. Self-fulfilling prophecies Plenty of … Continue reading

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Are we ready for zombies that run and ride?

By Christopher Cudworth My daughter just finished a NetFlix marathon watching past episodes of a show called The Walking Dead. It was a pretty grueling effort to catch up on 4 full seasons or so. But she’s a tough girl … Continue reading

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Seeing your way clear to success

By Christopher Cudworth Those of you with perfect vision have no idea. How much. It sucks. To have bad eyesight. Early onset My eyes started going bad at about 12 years old. Which double-sucked, because that’s about the age when glasses … Continue reading

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