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The tarsnake of being thankful for things that didn’t happen

Thanksgiving is about saying thanks for everything you have in life. Food. Family. Love. Relationships. Your road bike. A favorite pair of shoes. See, if you run and ride, your perspective gets a little skewed toward your favorite activities. Nothing wrong … Continue reading

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The allegorical beauty of the short and sweet ride: Part 1

By Christopher Cudworth There is a bike route from my house that takes a straight route out of town to a largely flat, well-paved road heading straight west, a great stretch of road for solo or group rides. Even the … Continue reading

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It’s not that far to fall

Running and riding both have their risks. Cyclists, however, are at greater risk of falling than runners. But that does not preclude those who run from exercising some caution, or at least watching where they step. Goof or Consequences The … Continue reading

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The bike alone. A cyclist’s prayer.

It sits there in the garage, front wheel off. It wonders why I let it lean there like that. My bike has to wait. And wait some more. Don’t worry, friend. I will put you back together again. Sooner than … Continue reading

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