Paceline Podcast 284

John tackles the question: Is lighter always better? Patrick looks at the turns his life has taken as a result of cycling. He says he didn't see a few of the twists coming.

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Paceline Podcast 283

John is just back from a trip to Seattle, where he was impressed by both the cycling culture and the cycling infrastructure. Patrick cites two news stories and considers what

The Paceline Podcast 282

This week John looks at how mountain biking has changed in the last few decades and how if you maybe bought a mountain bike in the 1990s or early 2000s, it's not a mountain

Enter the Deuce 8

Science rests on a foundation of data. You can’t do anything as an engineer, chemist or doctor without having data. Sometimes you have data, but that data is bad, that is,

The Paceline Podcast 281

This week John takes on a listener question about just who we are. Cyclists? Bikers? Bike riders? Patrick is back from getting sunburned at Sea Otter and reports on some of

Paceline Podcast 279

John talks daydreaming and what a helpful tool it can be in dialing up motivation. Patrick says goodbye to former teammate Jay LaPlante and talks about last weekend's winner

On the Nature of Ambition

I never took up cycling to learn anything. I started riding bikes because it was fun. That was enough. But I began to see that as I learned more about the sport, it became

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