Full Circle: A True Story of Love, Risk, and Bicycles.

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On Valentine’s Day 2009, I slipped on my media credential and went out to the start line for the prologue of the Amgen Tour of California in Sacramento. It was my first bike… Continue reading

Full of Surrender: Nys Goes All In.

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What happens when you take a seasoned Belgian bike racer out of the cold, rain, and mud of Europe and bring him to the arid, sunny dessert of Nevada? Amazing things unfold, indeed.… Continue reading

Musings on the Perfect Shot: You Lose Some, You Win Some. (part 2)

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Our business, by all measures, is about the infinite quest to capture the perfect shot – the ever elusive, often unattainable, highly subjective “perfect shot.” This is quite possibly one of the greatest… Continue reading

Peer POV: The Grand Poobah (part 1 / 3)

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Just one week after the finale of the Tour de France on the Champs Élysées in Paris, I was strolling down Main Street in a little seaside town in Eastern Long Island as… Continue reading

La Bellezza di Far Niente

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Imagine you travel over 4,000 miles and literally run into someone you know – in an outdoor café, in a tiny piazza, in a random hillside village. It seems unlikely but this is… Continue reading

Peer POV: Oh So Sonoko!

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I don’t think we knew Sonoko Tanaka’s name for the first two years our work overlapped. It’s a small world out there but somehow if you don’t break the ice right-off-the-bat you just… Continue reading

You Lose Some, You Win Some. (part 1)

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In the first four stages of the Vuelta a España, I missed all four finishes. On the race opener I found myself trapped behind the finish-line barriers among an impassable sea of fans… Continue reading

Always a Bridesmaid, Never a Bride.

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Mention the Tour de France to any Tom, Dick, or Harry and he will immediately have some sense of what you are talking about… whether he finds himself an avid cycling fan, a… Continue reading

My Mind’s Eye.

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“Iri, can you jump out and shoot this?” It was Friday, with only three stages of the Tour de France remaining, and we were gradually making our way along the serpentine descent of… Continue reading

The Life of a World Tour Team Chef

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For many who follow pro cycling, and maybe those who don’t, there’s a curiosity about what it is, exactly, that riders eat. How riders get the most out of their food; how some… Continue reading