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Murphy Can’t Keep Me Down

Cycling / ZZBLOG POSTS

It is generally accepted that Murphy’s Law states, “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” Said law takes particular joy in messing with me. Two quick examples: In my younger years I needed to get somewhere, yet the... Read More »

Living My Passion

Cycling / ZZBLOG POSTS

In my last post I wrote a brief recap of Beth’s and my experience in Washington DC at the National Bike Summit.  Ever since that trip I have been thinking a lot about the experiences I’ve had both good... Read More »

Driven to a Cure

Driven to a Cure

Cycling / ZZBLOG POSTS

My parents taught me not to hate (“No David, you don’t hate it. You dislike it immensely”). My wife and I teach our kids the same. However I hate Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease), I... Read More »

Made in America: Thule

Made in America: Thule

Cycling / Paddling / ZZBLOG POSTS

  They are hard to miss. Every few cars that go by have one on and they all say Thule Sweden, but a lot of what you are actually seeing was made right here in the United States. While... Read More »

I got a gearache

Cycling / ZZBLOG POSTS

Where the hell is the snow? It’s January, and as much as I love my bikes, I miss my skis. When I’m out running or riding the trails, I find myself daydreaming about moving through snowy woods in a... Read More »

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