Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

Four miles and counting turkeys

The ability to download results almost immediately after a race these days is a remarkable feature of modern competitions. You can walk from the finish line of a triathlon over to a guy sitting under a canopy and get a … Continue reading

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In thanks for running and riding

By Christopher Cudworth Honestly, I don’t know how I’d have made it through much of life without running, and now riding. There have been tough days when things aren’t going well and a long run has provided salvation. In every … Continue reading

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Putting Black Friday into a running and riding perspective

It’s still a bit stunning to me that the major shopping day in America is called Black Friday. Perhaps it is proof that Americans have really short memories. Do people really not recall that the term Black Friday was originally … Continue reading

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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.┬áSee, if you run and ride, your perspective gets a little skewed toward your favorite activities. Nothing wrong … Continue reading

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