Use the Five, Pedalwan.

Use the Five, Pedalwan.

On Rule #74: The Targeting Computer

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I could feel the power in my body as I breathed in the warm Spring air and pulled lightly on the handlebars; strength flowed from my lungs and shoulders into my chest, through my hips and down to my legs which churned over with alarming ease. With every change of gradient, I either stood on the pedals to maintain the…
Hmmmmm?    photo: @fat cyclist

Hmmmmm? photo: @fat cyclist

When the Wheels Come Off

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This is perhaps painfully obvious to everyone but me and if so, sorry I’ve yet again wasted  your time. The other day, after falling off another floating board in the ocean I had to admit my balance might suck. And my coordination too or I might have been good enough at baseball to actually like…
Vittorio Adorni knew what Rule #9 really meant.

Vittorio Adorni knew what Rule #9 really meant.

Anatomy of a Photo: Snowy Mountain Stages

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Vittorio Adorni taught Merckx how to manage himself during a Grand Tour. I wasn’t a part of any of those conversations, but I’m betting there were heavy conversations about not being a little bitch about bad weather, gravel roads, and high snowy mountain passes. This photo proves the entire modern peloton needs a giant Rule #5…
The Peugeot PX-10?

The Peugeot PX-10?

London-Chilterns Cogal Report

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Attention all hands, we have a cogal report! Thanks to @ChrisO for pulling this all together. We have no photos of the pint drinking but we’ll overlook that. Here is a link to the photo album. Chapeau lads. VLVV, Gianni Gladoe (Greg) A highlight for me was the transition that occurs between folks when you…
Photo: Jim Fryer / BrakeThrough Media | brakethroughmedia.com

Photo: Jim Fryer / BrakeThrough Media | brakethroughmedia.com

FFS Friday: Rule #95 Violations

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This festering blight on the Cycling landscape seemed to start with cross-country mountain bikers, who often finish their race alone and have time to stop at the finish line, look around to see if there are any spectators in attendance, then bend over like a shaved praying mantis to struggle with the 7 kilogram heft…
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