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It’s Summer – Here’s to getting out more.

My work life has been more sedentary than I prefer for more years now than I care to contemplate. I’ve gone through phases of getting …

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Everyday Cyclist: Getting In Sync On A Tandem

I’M REMINDED OF HOW much fun riding a tandem bicycle is every time I see a couple riding one. It’s like synchronized strolling through the …

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Everyday Cyclist: Why Don’t More Women Bike?

IT TURNS OUT THAT a strong indicator of the health of bicycle commuting is the number of women who participate in it. Women make up …

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Book Reviews

Run!: 26.2 Stories Of Blisters And Bliss Dean Karnazes Rodale Books, 2011, 272 pages DEAN KARNAZES TAKES a whole new approach with his latest book …

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Everyday Cyclist: There’s A Bike Club For Everyone

THEY MAY CALL THEMSELVES bike clubs, but you could also think of them as support groups. Many of the members were once where you are …

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Everyday Cyclist: Ease Into More Riding

ONE MONTH INTO 2012 AND I bet a number of you made a New Year’s resolution that involves getting more exercise. I wish you well …

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Book Reviews: February 2012

MURDER IN THE HIGH HIMALAYA Jonathan Green Public Affairs, 2011, 304 pages (Winner of the John Whyte Award for Mountain and Adventure Literature, 2011 Banff …

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Book Reviews: October 2006

K2: The Price of Conquest Lino Lacedelli and Giovanni Cenacchi Mountaineers Books, September 2006, 127 pages. K2: The Price of Conquest, critically examines the successful …

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Book Reviews: January 2006

Black Hole Charles Burns Pantheon, October 2005, 368 pages. What are the creepiest things ever to come out of the Pacific Northwest? David Lynch’s “Twin …

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Book Reviews January 2012

Freedom Climbers Bernadette McDonald Rocky Mountain Books, 2011, 352 pages Once again banff festival Director turned author, Bernadette McDonald, wowed the Banff Mountain Book Festival …

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