Tag Archives: cycling gear

Look, she’s fifty!

My sister-in-law Julie Dunn turned fifty years old this week. Behind the scenes, my wife Sue plotted several surprises including a party for her sister. It all turned out marvelous. A couple months ago we collaborated on a design for … Continue reading

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The untold rewards and risks of running and riding

Headed home from a grocery shopping trip it occurred to me that the food I’d just purchased was all out of reach. The Stomach was hungry and the Brain was trying to figure out what to do about that. Suddenly … Continue reading

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Keys to understanding

By Christopher Cudworth My brother has been using our 2000 Chevy Impala for a few months and he likes the car, so we got together last night to talk about transferring the title and taking over the insurance. He walked up … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Tell If Your Next Workout is Really “Worth It”

By Christopher Cudworth  People who are not professional athletes still have legitimate goals for their workouts. In the face of pressing work schedules or family obligations, it can be difficult to determine how much time to put into your workout … Continue reading

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Standing up for MAMILs and MISRS

By Christopher Cudworth The Internet has been great for proliferation of acronyms, particularly cynical names for targets of lust and disgust. The term MILF comes to mind, which stands for Mother I’d Like to F***, in case you didn’t know. … Continue reading

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Urban Running Girl inventing new ways for cool gals to keep warm

By Christopher Cudworth Deborah Cape is an apt name for someone who perfected a super new way for women runners to cover that transitional time when the weather outside is too cool for a tank top but might warm up … Continue reading

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Grass and bamboo bikes are trippy

By Monte Wehrkamp Know what I’d like? Know what Chris, this site’s fearless leader, would like even more? A renewable, recycleable bike. One that’s handmade, custom fit, and one of a kind. And here it is… (courtesy Velo News) It’s … Continue reading

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Is your running and riding equipment a tool or a toy?

By Christopher Cudworth When you are small and people give you birthday presents made of plastic in the shape of a hammer, screwdriver or wrench, people think it’s cute that a little kid likes to play with toys that look … Continue reading

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Faithful gear deserving of respect and gratitude

People who run and ride eventually learn to appreciate the best gear they own. When speaking of gear, we are talking about clothing, shoes, kits, whatever you depend upon to help you go faster, longer and smarter when you run … Continue reading

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