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BlogTraining

“It’s better to look ahead and prepare than to look back and regret.” – Jackie Joyner Kersee

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This morning's commute
AdventuresBlogCycling TipsRide

Sorry to disappoint but this post is not about farts.  I’m a big fan of really bad puns, so the title actually refers to passing cars while on a bicycle.  But, who doesn’t like a good fart reference? A guest post on getting by without gas from Laura Colbert from Loose

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BlogEvent CoverageWomen's Cycling

Workout that new Turkey Muscle WHEN?  Friday, November 23rd. 1:00pm WHAT? Get out of the house and enjoy some cyclocross “riding” with friends WHY? Grab your kids and get your butt out of the house, away from the in laws and left over Turkey!

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AdventuresBetter Bike IndustryBlog

I asked the question on Facebook and Twitter: What makes a really good bicycle shop? I’m opening up the comments and want a good sound off. I’m not giving you any ideas or going to steer the conversation, I want candid thoughts. If you work/own a shop please state so.

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An on going series from Laura Colbert from Loose Nuts in Atlanta, GA. Click to read more from Laura. I love mountain biking.  It’s an inexplicable love, given the tears, bruises, and soreness that it sometimes (…ok, usually) entails.  I have tried explaining to many confused friends the reasons why

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Interbike '12: Cross Vegas
BlogEvent CoverageInterbike 2012

Keep up to date with the Bike Shop Girl coverage of the 2012 Interbike Trade Show with coverage, previews, exclusives and interviews A photo dump of random photos from the night of the 2012 Cross Vegas race during Interbike. Includes a trip on the Yakima party bus, tequila shots, bike races and

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AdventuresBlog

It is hard at times as a creative person to have my main (currently only) output to be a blog wrapped around cycling. There are photos, stories, heartache and levels of love missing from these pages. For most of my high school through my early 20’s I had a site

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Sunday morning, pounding on a keyboard as it seems to be a common occurrence of the latest Sundays. Catching up, setting plans and downloading for the week. Check gmail, say hello to friend, Charles, as it seems to be the only time in a hectic week we can catch each other. Picturing

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TN Valley Bikes
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As an independent rep for Quality Bicycle Products I travel to bike shops all over the Southeast of the USA. Visiting a great amount of killer shops, doing what they love and each one in their very unique way. Next time you’re close, check one of these out! Want to see more

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I’m working on a long recap for SouthernSpokes.com to fill everyone in, thank a whole boatload of folks and get started planning for next year! Here’s some key highlights that I feel sum up things for my readers here. A ton of women’s raffle prizes, and everyone that bought a

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