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Rocket Bicycle Studio offers a welcome twist on the bike shop experience

Back in June, 2015 I wrote about the remarkable team talent of Jessica Laufenberg and Peter Oyen, owners of Rocket Bicycle Studio in Verona, Wisconsin. Since that last article, they moved the company a couple blocks east into a wonderfully … Continue reading

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Something’s missing

I missed a day on the blog yesterday. No biggie. It’s just like missing a day in training though. When you live by a certain rhythm and things change for reasons of necessity, it’s time to adapt and move on. … Continue reading

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It was time to fit the man to the bike

Bike fitting, it is said, is equal parts science and art. But I am here to tell you it is neither of the two. To absolutely fit yourself to a bike frame, you must resort to much more extreme means … Continue reading

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Rethinking the bike and a few other things

By Christopher Cudworth At the time I purchased a real road bike nearly 10 years ago, bicycle frames had gone under a revolution in thinking that changed how most people even looked at the machines we use to get around, race … Continue reading

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A better bike fitting is a worthwhile investment

By Christopher Cudworth Sometimes the threads of destiny are thin and tenuous. Other times they appear in the signature of an email. Such was the case when the announcement for a local group ride showed up in my Inbox. At … Continue reading

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Hanging out with a great bike

Everyone who rides has a bike history. It’s unavoidable. For example, my brother-in-law took up cycling in his early 20s. First he bought a steel frame Trek 400, a decent bike for its time. As he got into riding I … Continue reading

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