Category Archives: Co-Motion tandem

A few letters shy of a sign. 30 days of biking, #23

Here’s where I realized I was old: the Radnor Grange building or, as no one refers to it today, the R Grae building. (You kind of want to dig around to see if any of the fallen letters are still … Continue reading

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The victimless non-crime. 30 days of biking, #3

Instead of a kidnapping victim, the front end of a tandem. Instead of a newspaper, daffodils. Instead of proof of life, proof of ride. The daffodils have yet to peak. The leaves have yet to be cleaned from the bed. … Continue reading

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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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