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There are two ways in life to be good at something. The first way is the most obvious, which is to actually be good at something. This is harder than it sounds because you need things like skills, talent, fortitude, and light sabers. The other way doesn’t require those things but it has its own challenges; basically, you have to be holistical...

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  1. @Anthropologist Underground Allow me to clarify. I meant that style generally would matter less. My personal cycling style is an abomination, clothed or not. »

  2. Might I respectfully suggest that my style would matter less if cyclists were to just strip off post-ride as the soccer players do. »

Flies and dogs, two things that we don’t need on a climb.I had descended down this street many times, but I had never before ridden up it. I even said hello to the two excited pitbulls on the other side of the driveway gate. I like dogs. I like them until one of them squeezes under the gate and I’m going uphill slowly. Pitbulls arenR...

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  1. @Nate Pastries! We get to have pastries?! And beer?! Fantastic! »

We are the Keepers of the Cog. In so being, we also maintain the sacred text wherein lie the simple truths of cycling etiquette known as The Rules. It is in our trust to maintain and endorse this list.The Rules lie at the beginning of The Path to La Vie Velominatus, not at the end; learning to balance them against one another and to welcome them...

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  1. Shout out to the Keepers from the Amateur Skeptics. It’s in the episode released 9/15 around 7 min in, if you don’t want to listen to the non-cycling nonsense. »

Our products represent the spirit of Velominati; every product we offer is made with the utmost attention to detail – no compromises were made in their selection or design. Whenever possible, our products are made my small, locally-owned businesses who share our passion for quality and we make every effort to ensure they are made in an enviro...

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  2. @Nate: You all aren’t research subjects. Obsessively reading this ethnography/bike porn is preparatory research for my future transition from cyclist to Cyclist ;) (I haven’t peaked yet.) Also, most anthropologists aren’t too scary, and sharing good beer … »

  3. @frank Beastly, but great for kids, groceries, etc. I can also easily set up to haul a child and a child’s bike when the child gets too tired to obey Rule #5. »

  4. @Marcus Yes. Exactly except safe for work. Thanks! »

  5. @RedRanger All the bikes? Are you sure?! One of the bikes is a beastly cargo bike which I use to schlepp kiddos. »

  6. I feel like I’ve stumbled into an awesome and endlessly fascinating tribe. This site is ethnography! As a cyclist, I’m a bit terrified of the Cyclists I encounter in the wild. The cultural insight is extremely helpful. I would love to purchase and affix … »

  • Wilkins is right about his role in his bike/car incidents. There’s 2 sides to the equation, always. As cyclists,...

  • One word, old mate … abridge!

    Fuck me that’s a long article. I really should read one someday around here.

  • @DeKerr

    Indeed, great story. What year was it published? I could not find the date. Mentions Pharmstrong’s...

  • @Ron

    YES! Ron, we have a date with DESTINY!!! Or a ride, not sure which? Either way, some of us are going to do...

  • @kixsand best of luck. Have fun and ask lots of questions!

  • Holy fuck! Anyone have any hot deals on GoPros and helmet mounts?

    Or maybe small firearms and bibshort holsters?

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