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Out With The Old, In With The New

On the American pro cycling team BMC, someone new will be wearing the royal crown. Velonews reports that American Tejay van Garderen (I love to tell my wife that he’s from Montana since she won’t agree to move to that … Continue reading

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Even Investment Bankers Will Watch Oprah

Dealbook.com is reporting that investment banker, Mr. Thomas Weisel (I wonder how you pronounce that one?) will be eagerly watching the Oprah show this Thursday. And this is a man who sold his firm, Montgomery Securities, for $1.2 billion in … Continue reading

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Lance Armstrong On Perfect TT Positioning

Should I get into time trialing again, I’m going to do some ‘blind’ riding.  There’s really no need to have my head up like an ostrich, searching the road for loose change, discarded bear cans with high redemption value, or … Continue reading

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Tour de France Tough On Cycling-Review.com

The Cycling-review blog took a monumental dive during the Tour de France. You’d think that this blogger’d be inspired enough to blog, blog, blog. Not so. It seems all cycling energy was channeled toward affixing my buttocks to our lumpy … Continue reading

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Lean On Me…And I’ll Lean Right Back

When I started bike racing I took a ‘cycling skills’ workshop. I learned a lot, and one of the things we were exposed to was ‘contact cycling’. Up until that workshop I was mistakenly under the impression that cyclists on … Continue reading

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