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Cycling / Snorkeling in Baja

Cycling / Snorkeling in Baja

“Cycling from Tijuana down to La Paz; covering the entire 1.000 miles of the Baja California peninsula. We rode through scorching desert, camped out in between the cacti or on the beaches of the Sea of Cortez until we got down to the tip of…

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How cool is this?

How cool is this?

Former wheelchair athlete to start road cycling career against the odds One of the most amazing stories in the world of cycling has taken another remarkable turn this week as the Rabobank Women’s Cycling team has announced the signing of Monique van der Vorst, a former handcycling…

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This sounds ominous…

This sounds ominous…

Ed K. (Mobile) writes: “You are cordially invited to take part in the first annual fall haul this sunday. Seymour, Grouse, Cypress. We are starting 8am.” Why do I get the feeling that it will involve lots of biking and lots of climbing?? Ed K….

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What is our life purpose?

What is our life purpose?

Contemplating this so much lately.  The trip is long over and we’re back in the swing of life.  Is this really what we are meant to do?  Andrew and I talk openly about it daily.  Andrew has a life purpose and it has nothing to…

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A reason to go back?

A reason to go back?

Trans-Provence 2011 Teaser. from Trans-Provence on Vimeo. I saw that the Trans-Provence race starts on Saturday and it made me think about how much fun we had riding in France. It is sort of like the BC Bike Race, except on French soil. Also they…

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