Monthly Archives: December 2014

A Rare Encounter with Trail Runners

I found myself with Friday off work and the chance to go on a mountain bike ride, this was the best and only present Work gave me.  5 riders met up at the gravel pile for a ride on the … Continue reading

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Misty Morning Run

I ran up to an overlook near Garden of the Gods this morning.  It was very misty.  The view was awesome, the photos don’t do it justice.

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Running, Riding, and Cyclocross

Just finished watching yesterday’s World Cup Cyclocross race which was won by Kevin Pauwels in a dramatic last lap acceleration that dropped Lars Van De Haar.  American Jeremy Powers had a great race and finished 16th, which may not sound that … Continue reading

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A Matter of Perspective

So I had some time to spare Friday and decided I wanted to go trail running.  It was  a little after 2 PM and I figured by the time I got ready to mountain bike it would be too late, … Continue reading

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Equestrians and Cyclists in the Shawnee National Forest

So there has been a bit of flack online recently created by some equestrians about mountain bikers in the Shawnee National Forest.  Now I’m biased about this, I’ll freely admit it.  I don’t ride horses, not do I have any … Continue reading

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