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Are we ready for zombies that run and ride?

By Christopher Cudworth My daughter just finished a NetFlix marathon watching past episodes of a show called The Walking Dead. It was a pretty grueling effort to catch up on 4 full seasons or so. But she’s a tough girl … Continue reading

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A 50 mph descent is a bit of a rush

By Christopher Cudworth Watching the Tour de France race go through and up and over the island of Corsica has been an exciting start to the 100th Tour. Corsica from all angles is alternately rocky, woodsy and beachy. That makes … Continue reading

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Why we should forgive rather than forget Lance Armstrong

Retired professional cyclist Tyler Hamilton’s book The Secret Race documents the doper’s decade of the 2000s when bike racers made a common practice of taking performance enhancing drugs and doing blood transfusion to increase hematocrit counts and raise oxygen carrying … Continue reading

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Revel in personal triumph while realizing you never do it all alone

Yesterday I took a day to say “Hooray!” that rehabilitation from the bike accident is going well. That is a personal triumph. But being honest with yourself about any personal triumph means you must place it in its proper context. … Continue reading

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