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Ride from Town II

For the second installment of Ride From Town, I will blab about a nice long loop out of Boulder that I did recently and found to be pretty fun. The goal of this ride was to mountain bike the Reynolds … Continue reading

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SSUSA 2011 Follow Up

Singlespeed USA 2011 has come and gone, and I am sad to see it go. I had a beer-drinkin’ good time starting Friday night all the way through to Saturday evening. Jake, Kramer and Sarai as well as all the other helpers that I … Continue reading

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Going Pro

I have been a cyclist for nearly two decades of my life. Not until I moved to Colorado did I begin to have real ambitions (delusions?) regarding my life’s work (career?) in this world. I suppose as we age many … Continue reading

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Business Casual and Mountain Biking

I am not the most stylish person in the world, I admit. I like to think this is because being stylish inherently means that one is materialistic and spends money on clothing and accessories to look cool, while I, on … Continue reading

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SSUSA 2011

After much anticipation, I got word that I am officially registered for SSUSA 2011! I now have a chance at becoming the SingleSpeed National Champion of the United States of America! Luckily, I had a feeling that I would get … Continue reading

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Castle Trail – Mt. Falcon Park Open Space, Morrison, CO

Since I occasionally ride Lair o’ the Bear to Mt. Falcon and back, last weekend I thought I would change things up and start from the Mt. Falcon trailhead instead of the Lair o’ the Bear trailhead. I had avoided this … Continue reading

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The Local Shop

I was working on the Grizzly the other night in anticipation of the snow melting here in the front range when I inadvertently broke something. I must have done too many pull-ups this winter because as I was tightening the seatpost … Continue reading

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