Tag Archives: climbing in cycling

Why 10 seconds can mean a lot

During a 20-mile ride yesterday I snaked toward the biggest hill in the county through a strong westerly wind. My vow this year is to not worry when the wind is blowing. Stop thinking about speed and concentrate on good … Continue reading

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Some thoughts from the running track about cycling

So, yesterday I signed up for the Galena Duathlon. That would be the race that has more vertical mileage than horizontal. And what did I do to prepare? Why, I went to the track last night, of course! If we’re … Continue reading

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The things that go through our head when climbing a really big hill

Yeah. Our brains do weird things to us.

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