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The Rider by Tim Krabbe

Arguably the most famous date in literary fiction is June 16, 1904…Bloomsday…the single day James Joyce steers protagonists Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus throughout the streets of Dublin. “Ulysses” is a fearsomely lengthy, legendary tome: dense, complex, employing different literary

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Five Ways to Make Cycling Part of Your Daily Life

National Bike Month may be over, the time when we in the cycling industry go all-out to preach the gospel of pedal-powered bliss, but we believe that any month on the calendar qualifies as Bike Month! Hopping on a bike for

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Star Wars and Bikes – May the Fourth Be With You

Since today is Star Wars Day, “May the Fourth be with you”, we couldn’t help but highlight a few of the cycling/Star Wars crossovers that we’ve spotted on the intergalactic interwebs. Riding bikes and being a fan of Star Wars

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Video Recap – Road Bike Party 3

The guys over at Global Cycling Network are at it again, with another installment of their Road Bike Party video series. With a new star in Sam Pilgrim and a new location in San Diego, they’ve proven that carbon road bikes

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Video Recap – Red Bull Rampage 2014

Red Bull Rampage is crazy – there, we’ve said it! It’s a wild ride of watching mountain bike pros with massive skills overcoming a combination of the most extreme features, both man-made and natural, that the desert southwest can dish

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