Tag Archives: Singlespeeding

Good Light

If you live in the mid-atlantic region, you know that today was one of those rare, perfect-weather days–no humidity, bright sunshine, endless blue skies with a few wispy clouds on which to rest romantic notions of summertime. The entire day … Continue reading

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The Year Starts Off Big in January

January is a big month this year. Sure, there’s Season 3 of Downton Abbey, which necessitated a sleepover at my Mom’s house on Sunday. Never mind that I haven’t caught up with seasons 1 and 2 yet. I will! Then, … Continue reading

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Highlights from the Shenandoah Mountain 100

Hurricane Isaac might’ve put a damper dampening on the racing at this year’s SM100, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t memorable times to be had. Inspiring Bromance: When teammate Todd cartwheeled over the handlebars in a significant way, Scott’s thought … Continue reading

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Cool Mint on a Steamy Afternoon

Loyal fans of The Rhetorical Purpose know just how well they are treated. Last Friday, as temperatures climbed into the 90s, a frosty, minty concoction awaited Friday Happy Hour attendees. Chef Chloe’s vegan mint chocolate chip ice cream, as featured … Continue reading

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Forward Momentum: The Only Kind that Matters

I’m continually surprised by how much riding a singlespeed mountain bike has made me a better person. Sure, there’s the formidable increase in the size and strength of my leg and butt muscles since I started singlespeeding last October, but … Continue reading

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