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Safely Finding Corona Therapy In Red River Gorge (Plus 15 Tips)

All I saw was icky germs with hiking poles, no way. No way we're hitting this trail. The pit welled in my stomach. We drove over 2 hours. Headed to Double Arch, my spouse and I turned off Mountain Parkway in Red River Gorge, flipped the 4-Runner into 4WD, made the left onto the potholed gravel Tunnel Ridge Road and, 2 miles in, as we passed the satellite lot for Gray's Arch we were stopped cold.

Don't Call It A Comeback, But I Feel A Stoke

Hungry Masters Squad (photo: Kent Baumgardt) Dear Team Hungry: You guys make racing really %$@# fun! Honestly, after, I don't know, 15 years of this, it's been hard to keep things interesting. Making the move to Team Hungry was part of that. Starting up Hot Laps too was sort of a combination of trying to do something new with CX and give back to the sport at the same time. So here's to

Riding the Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal: The Final Push to Pittsburgh

If you’ve ever wondered how far that bike path goes, last year, Cincinnati Cyclists Marty Sanders and Aaron Kent (AK) set out to cover 700 miles of the Great Allegheny Passage and the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal by bike.  Over the past few years, Marty has become a veteran of these rails to trails trips while Aaron, even though a long time cyclist, was new to the idea of a week-long self-supported

Riding the Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal: The Drenching (Part 6 of 7)

If you’ve ever wondered how far that bike path goes, last year, Cincinnati Cyclists Marty Sanders and Aaron Kent (AK) set out to cover 700 miles of the Great Allegheny Passage and the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal by bike.  Over the past few years, Marty has become a veteran of these rails to trails trips while Aaron, even though a long time cyclist, was new to the idea of a week-long self-supported

Riding the Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal: The Crash (Part 5 of 7)

If you’ve ever wondered how far that bike path goes, last year, Cincinnati Cyclists Marty Sanders and Aaron Kent (AK) set out to cover 700 miles of the Great Allegheny Passage and the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal by bike.  Over the past few years, Marty has become a veteran of these rails to trails trips while Aaron, even though a long time cyclist, was new to the idea of a week-long self-supported

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Hometown:
Cincinnati
Current Bike Collection:
IF Planet X w/Reynolds DV46C-Dugast Sram Red
Pit Bike: Jamis Nova, Kyseriums, Ultegra 9sp
Favorite Race:
Harbin Park Cincinnati UCI
Favorite thing about cyclocross:
Cowbells
How long have you been racing cyclocross?
5 years
Racing category:
veteran

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At 12:38pm on October 25, 2008, Christine "Peanut" Vardaros said…
hey joe biker
Thanks for writing about me. Very very kind words. glad i could help.
best
christine
At 5:35am on September 5, 2008, phil noble said…
Hey Joe Joe...I just signed up here and have no idea what I am doing :) You coming up this weekend?

P
At 9:14pm on August 22, 2008, Cincicycles said…
Diggin' the bling. See ya Wednesday
At 12:59pm on August 21, 2008, Joe Biker said…
 
 
 

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