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Outspoken Cyclist 537

Guests: AJ Roan; Chris Carmichael; Scott Bricker My first guest lives in Wasilla, Alaska. And, if you think back a few years, that should sound familiar. (I’ll leave it at that for now.) I

Paceline Podcast 227

It's warm in Boston and the Bay Area, warm being a relative term. Patria takes a look at the new phenomenon of "mullet gearing," which offers especially low gearing combinations. Patrick

Losing

The how of winning. There are books upon books about it. To win in sport, to win in money, to win in love. It's the satisfaction of desire, Freud's id, the breath we want at the bottom of the pool.

TCIF

I have a big, white ceramic bowl, whimsically asymmetrical in design, that sits on the shelf just above the potato chips, and that bowl holds a cornucopia of exertion-oriented nutritional products. I

Kickstarters We Dig

As this is my third installment of this little feature, I'm going to level with you about something: Searching for cycling-related products on Kickstarter and Indiegogo is not a particularly

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We Need You On This Ride

I'll be brief. Our primary goal at The Cycling Independent is to make our community as large as we possibly can. Part of that is selfish. We can't continue without your financial support. This is

Editor’s Letter

Right now you might be thinking, "How can this be an editor’s letter on a website? This isn't print!" You very well should be thinking that because we’re not just another website with a bunch of

New York to Provincetown

A single day can feel like a month. Processing a massive ride afterwards is like staring at a Salvador Dali painting. Fifty miles dissolves into a blurry moment. Turns out it took a village

Outspoken Cyclist 537

Guests: AJ Roan; Chris Carmichael; Scott Bricker My first guest lives in Wasilla, Alaska. And, if you think back a few years, that should sound familiar. (I’ll leave it at that for now.) I

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Losing

The how of winning. There are books upon books about it. To win in sport, to win in money, to win in love. It's the satisfaction of desire, Freud's id, the breath we want at the bottom of the pool.

TCIF

I have a big, white ceramic bowl, whimsically asymmetrical in design, that sits on the shelf just above the potato chips, and that bowl holds a cornucopia of exertion-oriented nutritional products. I

The Noise of the Wind

I'd been riding the Rocky Mountains for weeks, long enough to have acclimated to riding at 7000 feet. Despite the late June date, the mornings were cool enough to make breath visible. I often stayed…

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Kickstarters We Dig

As this is my third installment of this little feature, I'm going to level with you about something: Searching for cycling-related products on Kickstarter and Indiegogo is not a particularly

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Outspoken Cyclist 537

Guests: AJ Roan; Chris Carmichael; Scott Bricker My first guest lives in Wasilla, Alaska. And, if you think back a few years, that should sound familiar. (I’ll leave it at that for now.) I

Paceline Podcast 227

It's warm in Boston and the Bay Area, warm being a relative term. Patria takes a look at the new phenomenon of "mullet gearing," which offers especially low gearing combinations. Patrick

Outspoken Cyclist 536

Guests: Gersh Kuntzman; Chris Carmichael; Paul J. Lee We have two guests this evening and, as promised, our new weekly feature! My first guest is blunt, to the point, and doesn’t mince

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