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Pursuit of Aero

I can tell you that is this is a fairly uncomfortable position and that the power drop disadvantage is clear. I think that my head positioning should be lower, but out on the road, I prefer to see way ahead because I am paranoid about accidents. My size small Nike Tour De France 2006 (Floyd […]

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Getting my VO2 Max Test with Revvo

As I use TrainerRoad for cycling training and listen to its podcast, I have become more curious about VO2 Max. What are my genetics, what is my ultimate potential? In general, I like looking at data from TrainerRoad, Strava, Wattsboard, and Stravistix, even though I neither race nor plan to race, unless it’s to be […]

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NBA Business Lessons from Jared Dudley

https://art19.com/shows/thewojpod/episodes/ebb0221c-ccdc-46f5-b54f-cbbfb8405863/embed I listened to this newest episode of Adrian Wojnarowski’s The Woj Pod this morning on my commute – it is excellent, perhaps the most educational NBA business related podcast episode I’ve ever listened to. Jared Dudley goes into details about what makes a veteran valuable to a team, and how he got paid for that. I’ve never […]

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When Bicycle Riders Become Cyclists

Obligatory Bicycle Photo by Cyclists and Kestrel Talon Ad – lessons from 1+ years in cycling

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The Pain of Cycling

Climbing the Palo Alto (Page Mill) hills this morning around from 6-7AM, a slight rain started (California rain in September?!). I was about 1.5 miles away from the top (and getting really cold) when I decided to head back, concerned about the wet traction. On one of the very first corners heading down, my bike slipped out from me and I fell on my left side.