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The brilliantly messy process of evolving in your running and riding

By Christopher Cudworth My brother-in-law is a funny guy. He likes to tease about certain things. One of them is the concept of perfection. He maintains there is no such thing. Given the generally messed up state of the world, … Continue reading

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Universal thoughts on why we run and ride

By Christopher Cudworth with original contributions and inspiration from Monte Wehrkamp  If you don’t believe in evolution, you apparently don’t believe in matter. It’s that simple. Evolution traces the history of all things back to that unimaginable moment when the … Continue reading

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