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Fall into Fall (Turningcogs Official Guide to Gravel)

Well, Summer has officially passed and we are free-wheeling right into the autumnal season. Every year around September I hang up the road bike and dust off the cyclocross and mountain bikes and head off into the secluded, leaf encrusted wilderness. 945 more words


Confessions of a Cuber

In 1974, Hungarian sculptor and architecture professor, Ernő Rubik, invented The Magic Cube, a 3-D combination puzzle that had 3 layers. It’s fair to say that when it launched as a Rubik’s Cube in the United States in the 1980s every kid was obsessed with solving their cube. 271 more words



Roadside running path
Gravel thickest between hills
Footsteps receding

Salsa Ride Camp 2016

A little while ago I had mentioned that my next event would be the Salsa Ride Camp. I was stoked. An event right next to some of my favorite trails, with my favorite bikes, and favorite people. 479 more words


Photo-A-Day: September 13th

Yesterday a seagull, today a pigeon! What next? A peacock perhaps? Yeah, I’ll be sure to let you know if I find one! 36 more words


"Three City Poems - 1" by Nick Daniel

the sun’s head of iron aches

*****to reach through the glass,

voices of engine, rust,

*****gravelled inflections,

magnetic saxophone moan –


outside, body shades on the walkway, 27 more words


Late weekend report: A hike and bike weekend

It was a three day

holiday weekend here in the states. We spent Saturday volunteering on the Superior Hiking Trail. It’s our 15th season as Trail Section volunteers. 523 more words