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Keeping up with the Jones. 30 days of biking, #15

It’s the end of North Hampton Road. It’s 750 feet from a bend in the road I’ve ridden for years, and I’ve never slowed down to see it. Frankly, there’s not much to see: a maintenance shed announcing thou shalt … Continue reading

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The things we carried: Door County 2015

Let’s see what we pulled out of the handlebar bag—and why we put them in there in the first place. Continue reading

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This cycling capital may be even more interesting than you thought it was

It really isn’t about the bike. It’s about how bikes get used, abused, stolen, abandoned, drowned, repaired, promoted and redeemed. Continue reading

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