Monthly Archives: June 2016

Tour de Corn 2016

Thanks to a really nice co-worker I was able to make the Tour de Corn this year.  My pal Shon went with me, he wanted to ride the 100 mile route, but I didn’t.  Essentially I just wimped out, it’s … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned from LETTS

A few months ago a few Southern Illinois cyclists started a series of Time Trials called Little Egypt Time Trial Series.  It’s totally low key, unsanctioned, fun racing.  I expected a group of maybe 10-15 riders and hoped that maybe … Continue reading

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Tour de Corn: What Makes a Good Event Good?

The Tour de Corn is coming up in a few weeks, its one of my favorite cycling events in the area, in fact it’s also one of the largest events in the area.  The Tour de Corn enters its 15th … Continue reading

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One Thousand Words

I used to walk every morning, like I mean, every morning.  Rain, shine, snow, whatever I was out walking at about 5:30 AM.  I did this until I realized I was no longer doing it, it was a slow eventual … Continue reading

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Audiophiles and Cyclists

I’ve always been curious about audiophiles ever since I started reading hilarious posts mocking them on the internet 15 years ago.  Audiophiles are people who take listening to music to the X-Treme.  How can any sane person even consider 10,000 … Continue reading

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