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Changing appetites

Today is March 1st here in the center of the universe, or as close as we can get in Illinois. That means the northern hemisphere of Planet Earth is on its way toward the vernal equinox. Spring. The light is … Continue reading

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Country roads are calling you

Country roads beckon In the era of Covid-19, there aren’t as many group rides happening. But even if there were, one of my favorite things to do in early summer is to go for twilight rides on the country roads … Continue reading

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The primitive art form of the country road where you run and ride

By Christopher Cudworth Friday afternoon on the bike I did not want to take any of my traditional routes. So I wound my way up the spine of Kane County and came to a country road that looked much like … Continue reading

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Should you be afraid of tarsnakes? Oh, yes. And here’s why…

By Christopher Cudworth Seriously. We tried to warn you. When this blog began in August we introduced you to the danger of tarsnakes, both the literal and allegorical form, that are waiting on the open road to take you down … Continue reading

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