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Love and Bicycling

As anyone who has ever conflicted with a significant other about their choice of hobbies knows, it can be challenging when the love of your life and one of your favorite past-times don’t mix. Thankfully, Chris and I have similar … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks for More than Just Turkey

My Thanksgiving started in chaos. Instead of getting up early(ish), like I was supposed to, I was startled out of bed by my parents waltzing through the door. Needless to say, I was quite surprised. As it turned out, I … Continue reading

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Still Riding Against the Wind

Usually, when I go for a bike ride, my main concern is getting where I need to go while having fun. This past weekend on the Seagull Century, my main concern was surviving and resisting the desire to whine. Thankfully, … Continue reading

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Why Bikes are Superior to Cars, Catastrophic Failure Edition

Now, as you might have guessed from the theme of this blog, I don’t drive much. When I do drive, it’s the 2000 Saturn coupe that I received as a junior in high school, not long after I earned my … Continue reading

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And for our next trick…

Derring-do runs in my family’s blood. My great-grandfather planned on cycling across the country in the early 1920s. He got very sick and had to abandon the idea in Ohio, but two of his companions made it to California, where … Continue reading

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