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Category Archives: Cycling
Behind this article in The New York Times is an interesting question alluded to in its final paragraph: should health care prices be regulated or free? PhD dissertations and books are written addressing this intricate important question that can’t be done … Continue reading
A short interruption of my dormant blog state to share a new learning. Recently I looked into changing my life insurance policy and underwent a physical exam as part of the qualification. A professional came to our house and administered … Continue reading
It’s another cold winter in Chicago. Dreaming of my trip to the Dolomites end of June is all I can do. Given that it won’t be a race, time to inflate a flat really isn’t a factor so I’m thinking … Continue reading
Brilliant day in Bédoin: perfect for the ride with Gerry that we planned on a few months ago. Given that we hadn’t been any more specific in our planning, Gerry asked this morning “so what are we going to do? A … Continue reading
During two big rides this season my Garmin 510 ran out of memory and I lost the data. Bummer! The weird thing is that I always delete my activities so there were no old rides on the Garmin so how … Continue reading
A short blog summarizing three nice road-bike rides last week around Barcelona–mostly for those who may visit in the future. (I like to find good rides when I am in a new area but it was fairly difficult to Google … Continue reading
It’s been 5 months and 12 days since my surgery. Time for a short update, since March blog. Fitness is fine and I feel no different from before surgery–so all is good from that most important perspective. What about the … Continue reading
I love the three weeks of the TdF–it’s the height of summer to me and this first week certainly has been interesting and entertaining (which is, after all, the purpose of pro sport, isn’t it? Bread and games…). Time to … Continue reading
The best three weeks of the year have started! Just wrote a blog on our professional blog that focuses on the operations management behind a world-tour pro team.
This Memorial Day weekend marked our first, and hopefully not last, participation in the Gravel Metric in DeKalb, IL: a 109km ride over the non-paved rural roads of the American heartland.