Archive for the ‘Words from cycling sages’ Category

20August2008

Just riding — not racing

Posted by todd under: Words from cycling sages.

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28February2008

A $3,000 commuter bike? Discuss

Posted by todd under: Commuter bikes; Words from cycling sages.

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28February2008

The Man stayed in the saddle

Posted by todd under: Words from cycling sages.

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19February2008

Mastering the forced turn

Posted by todd under: Words from cycling sages.

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12February2008

How to make a quick (‘forced’) turn

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9February2008

The forced turn

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7February2008

A salute to Captain Bike

Posted by todd under: Cycling news; Words from cycling sages.

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5February2008

Finishing the natural turn

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2February2008

The natural turn

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26January2008

‘Always in disequilibrium’

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About the picture atop the page

Yes, that's me, Todd Van Campen. No, I'm not wearing a helmet. Yes, I usually wear one, so please don't scold! Seriously, I endorse wearing a helmet! Pinky swear! In fact, I almost ALWAYS wear one (while riding a bike anyway). (On the other hand, if YOU don't want to wear a helmet, I have no problem with it.) I don't remember what happened on this particular day. Fortunately for all of us it makes for a less-nerdly picture. My exceptionally talented professional photographer friend Charles Bertram took this photo.

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Art for art’s sake

I asked my 6-year-old son, Caleb, an avid bicyclist and artist, to draw a bike for me. I think he did a great job!

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