Monthly Archives: March 2018

Weather

Until last October, I worked at The Taunton Press, a 16 mile bike ride away. I commuted a couple of times a week in all weathers except when it was icy. Between two and three years ago, I kept a … Continue reading

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Fear and Biking

One common thread with cyclists is what non-cyclists often see as a degree of fearlessness. Or stupidity. Cyclists accept that it’s only a matter of time before they get hurt. Non-cyclists frequently use fear of injury as a reason to … Continue reading

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A Moment

We rode eight miles of singletrack after work yesterday. It was hard because the ground was soft, and because the climbs where we rode are ridiculous and the trails are mostly rock gardens, and because we didn’t go easy.¬†We got … Continue reading

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