Monthly Archives: May 2014

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Rubbish Rain

Jared and I planned to take it easy this past weekend because the Elephant Rock is this Sunday (June 1). Saturday, the plan was to give our bikes a good ol’ fashion rub down. Also, because I fecked up my handlebars from the spill two weekends ago, I had to re-tape my handle bars. No…

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Strava Cycling Review

Social validation is the new foundation of any fitness regimen. Some might find it annoying, others might find it inspirational, but at the end of the day tracking your fitness makes it easy for you to see trends and measure your progress. Strava is the ultimate in social media for cycling, find how how this Strava cycling…

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Accidental Century

This past weekend Jared and I rode on our own. He rode the Santa Fe Century (tried to convince me to do it, but I was saving myself for the Elephant Rock) and I was riding solo. Naturally, I’m fine doing things alone and riding my bike felt no different. I figured I’d be fine….

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Something Tickles

We traversed many a great cities on our bike ride on Saturday: we started in Lakewood, took the Platte down to C470, up to Parker, into Denver, then over to Thornton and back down the Platte River. As it usually goes with Jared, we didn’t follow the map and ended up doing 12 more miles…

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Wahoo Fitness

Wahoo Fitness makes a plethora of devices and sensors for fitness enthusiasts. From a selection of heart rate monitors, to speed and cadence sensors for serious cyclists, Wahoo Fitness has more to offer than just a catchy name. Using the a smartphone as the center of the Wahoo universe, the various Wahoo (and even several third party) devices…

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Weekend = No Rest

Our goal last weekend was to crank out 70 miles on the ol’ bikes. We started in Boulder and the plan was to ride up through Lyons to the edge of Estes Park. We took a “Before” picture, as you do when you train (right?). The ride started off fairly easy. Most of the hills…

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