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An American Running Tradition: the turkey trot

Have you ever wondered how it came to be that over 900,000 people of all ages  (via Running, USA) participate in Turkey Trots all over the country on Thanksgiving morning? 378 more words

Patagonia Pre-Race - It began in a Hotel in Bariloche

The journey to the Racing the Planet Patagonia start line almost felt longer than the race itself – taxi to Heathrow, 13:30 hour flight to Buenos Aires, taxi across the city to the domestic airport, a cancelled domestic flight, put on the next flight to Bariloche, and finally taxi to the hotel in Bariloche. 847 more words


No Midis Here

I recently read two completely unrelated articles that gave me pause.  One I could relate to and one not so much.  Maybe not so much that I couldn’t relate but that I didn’t want to.  734 more words

Life In General

Is Pinarello's Marketing of their New eBike Sexist or Do some People need to be Angry to be Happy?

I read a neat post on an uproar over Pinarello’s marketing ads for their new road eBike.  First, some backstory.

Last year, in the off-season, my cycling buddy Mike, my wife and I would regularly go out for dirt road rides on our mountain bikes.  1,010 more words