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Category Archives: Cycling
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.
A priceless conclusion of my one-week Europe trip: Can one dream up a better start of a 150km cyclo-sportive than this?
Yesterday I arrived back in my hometown, Meerbeke, where I’m visiting my mom for three days. It’s been 370 days since my last visit, which is my longest absence in 20 years, and I hope not to repeat such absence … Continue reading
After a frigid winter in Chicago, a welcome spring break in Tulum. Third time I bring my bike to Mexico: Here’s a little scenery from my Ritchey Break-Away (best travel bike!):
Quick update on recovery since my laparoscopic surgery (appendectomy) on January 31, 2014: how much has my weight and power improved? Some quantitative sample points:
Finally implemented a little project I had on my list all winter: Kiki’s easel is now laptop proof (and I can watch Vuelta a Catalunia from my trainer).
First, this blog is NOT about whether cycling increases the likelihood of appendicitis–several doctors told me that there is no causality. This blog is about cycling with and after appendicitis. Here’s the picture that tells the many words below:
My cycling blogging has greatly reduced since finishing the Haute Route Alps (HRA) mirroring the welcome reduction in my training. It may be interesting to show graphically what has happened over the 6 weeks since my last Haute Route training post :
This week I came across two interesting articles on the correlation between exercise, performance and age. The first article is on how fast performance deteriorates with age and is written by expert coach (and authority!) Joe Friel with great commentary on scientific … Continue reading