Monthly Archives: January 2015

Serendipitous January Ride

In the northeast, January and February cannot be trusted to be kind to cyclists.  Naturally we expect cold and snowy days but even a promising weather forecast early in the week can degenerate into a near-blizzard by Sunday, ruining your scheduled … Continue reading

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A Winter Ride

Last Sunday a good sized group was ready to brave the elements for a Southern NJ 200K.  Because the forecast on which we’d made plans was dead wrong, we all bagged the ride; good thing, too, as the precipitation that … Continue reading

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My New Favorite Ride Report

My new favorite ride report is in the latest issue of Checkpoint, the Australian randonneuring magazine.  Author Miles Smith provides a long and short version of a 1200K ride report.  Here’s the short version: “We got up before it was daylight, … Continue reading

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