Category Archives: Co-Motion tandem

Canada geese, 30 days of biking, #18

There were two of them walking abreast on the left side of the road, headed in the same general direction as we were. Geese. I spoke to them, quietly. The one on the inside started drifting toward the center of … Continue reading

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Small changes. 30 days of biking, #6

Bicycle fitting is not about arriving at a perfect, never-to-change-again position. Instead, it’s about finding a comfortable starting position and responding to change over time. Because we all change. We become more fit, less fit, tighter, more flexible, more competitive, … Continue reading

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Longer day, longer bike. 30 days of biking, #4

If you take enough pictures of a Clydesdale, chances are good the horse will finally turn around. Continue reading

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Days of future passed at the 2019 Midwest Tandem Rally

How do you rate yourself as a climber? Faster than a few? Slower than most? Hoping for shorter climbs? Remembering the good old days? I don’t consider myself a climber at all. Never have. And neither do people who pass … Continue reading

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Into the wind with Marie Kondo

It’s a short ride for some but not for us. Not today. We leave with the wind in our faces. We return with the wind in our faces. The math of these two statements cannot be denied; we pack the … Continue reading

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