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Bicycling With Molière

Hating humanity, on two wheels
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Bruyneel Banned

If he's just admitted it, Mr. Might as Well Win, we'd probably all forgive him, right? His silence results in a 10 year ban. Should've got a lifetime one.
• Former doctor and trainer are handed eight-year-bans • Trio all worked for Armstrong's US Postal Service team • Bruyneel 'at apex of conspiracy to commit widespread doping'
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I dunno, liars are liars.  The party line for all riders with positive tests:  "I didn't do it, there must be another explanation, tainted meat, disappearing twins, sample tampering", if memory serves me correct, LA never did "officially" test positive (I could be wrong). It's all a fraud, big or little, a fraud is a fraud.  Lance was an aggressive a-hole bully, that doesn't make him any more of a fraud than the next rider, just a bigger target.
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Raise the Flag

The angry action starts a two minutes in and you know where this is going. Short of a fight with a motorist, not sure how this flag campaign will end. He should wear protective gear if he's gonna take on cars, take the lane too.
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IF it was in Puerto Rico, people would actually scream obscenities, they would probably take the flag and yank it out.  God Bless him.
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Excessive Saddlebags

What problem(s) does our tool roll solve? Excess saddle bag sagginess like this... 

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Think there's a miniature bike inside of the second bag.
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In the Bike Shop: Portraits

Photo:  +David Schloss 
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Folding Freedom

Something changed in me, maybe I had a baby, maybe I care more about things over me, maybe I want to get healthy. It’s about freedom really.
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Wow !
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To the Right

On this road, staying to the right was the smoothest.
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That's en route to Kamas from Park City along Brown's Canyon: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=z07PQs3GwDRo.kGfaZV-8NYW8
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How the Race Was Won
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The Foil Sails

The Foil slices wind like light through night
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Absolutely. Also reviewed in Issue 11 of our magazine. 
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Getting Ready to Ride
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Bike Hugger® is bike culture blogged. As a group blog, with different voices, we cover diverse topics, but the bike centers us. You won’t find a marketing box to put us in or a label to slap onto what we do. Much of it is in the moment and we try to do interesting, epic stuff.

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For the past 8 years we’ve built an audience on our blog and in social channels, like TwitterG+InstagramFlickrFacebook, and Tumblr(s). We publish photos on Flickr, videos on YouTube, and podcasts on iTunes

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