Paceline Podcast 314

Mindful that they are cyclists first and experts maybe, John and Patrick trade stories of cycling pratfalls, times they got it wrong and wound up, well, not on the bike


This post originally appeared at Red Kite Prayer in 2016. We're reposting now, because we talked about it on The Paceline this week, and because the geometry nerds among you

Enter the Deuce 15

With a full year of life under Matthew’s belt, I take stock of how far he has come as well as some lingering after effects of his time in the NICU.

Paceline Podcast 312

Conditions are wet in many parts of the country, making mountain biking a terrific way to damage trails. John proposes a solution. Patrick received a great many questions in

Enter the Deuce 14

In this episode we take the Deuce home and begin actually living with our son. Not lost on us is the fact that he was released on Easter Sunday. Certainly we felt like he’d

Enter the Deuce 13

You’d think that having your child’s doctor tell you he’s ready to go home would be cause for exhilaration and joy. Honestly, my sense of him was that he was still so fragile

Enter the Deuce 12

With the Deuce safely back from surgery, you’d think we would breathe a sigh of relief. I was surprised to find that the accumulated stress weighed on me more than prior to

The NICA Miracle

I signed my 13-year-old, Philip, up for the middle school program of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, also known as NICA. Now, I’m not the dad who is the

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