Monthly Archives: April 2014

Falls Duathlon

We got a sunny day for the second year in a row. It was crisp and breezy but overall a fine day to race. Packing up for the race the day before I remembered that while I hate duathlons overall … Continue reading

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The Gold Guys Present: Teddy’s Training Tips

Last week the Gold Guys had me introduce a new feature on Fridays. They wanted me to share special triathlon training tips from Teddy. Teddy is more than just a cute puppy, he’s a clever little guy and most triathletes … Continue reading

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Bike Fit Checkup & Boston Marathon

Bike Fit Checkup I got my CD0.1 this week last spring and Friday went in for a one year checkup. Kevin at Gear West Bike fitted me last time and I rode fast and comfortable all season. I wanted him to … Continue reading

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The Gold Guys Present: Teddy’s Training Tips

The Gold Guys asked me to do a series of articles sharing some of Teddy’s insider info about tri training. Without further ado here is the first installment on the important topic of recovery. Teddy is great at recovering. He … Continue reading

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The Miesville Grinder

My friend Ross discovered a free gravel ride just out of the city and wanted to see what that scene is all about. He invited me and I figured the price was right and the drive was short. Sunday morning … Continue reading

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Make Your Voice Heard

Twitter Campaign Quintana Roo launched their new and astounding superbike the PR6 last week. Almost immediately the #PRSIX4DP twitter campaign spontaneously erupted. The people were crying out for QR to send me a PR6 post haste. The people really made … Continue reading

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