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Country roads are calling you

Country roads beckon In the era of Covid-19, there aren’t as many group rides happening. But even if there were, one of my favorite things to do in early summer is to go for twilight rides on the country roads … Continue reading

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A solo cyclist’s survival guide to springtime winds

It’s not generally practical to ride your bike in a group every time you go out. That means there will be days when you’re going solo or with just one buddy on the road. That can be tough for everyone … Continue reading

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The ontogeny and evolution of a cyclist must be repeated every year

It’s been 10 years since I started cycling seriously. The first couple years almost don’t count. They were ridden on a steel frame Trek 400 bike that had not a prayer of going anywhere fast. That bike was like an … Continue reading

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A 70.3 triathlon tale of perseverance, sisterly love and a coach who knows the sport

by Christopher Cudworth Even more than the individual sports of cycling, running or swimming, triathlon is a sport of the early hours. The distances covered and the time it takes to cover them require an early enough start to accommodate all sorts … Continue reading

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