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On Songs to Bike to 101 (pt VII)

  This morning, when I got up, the road was wet, but the sun was out here at Sunny Corner…so I thought I was safe.  I made it halfway on my chosen route this morning before I rode right into the rain.  Not a hard rain–not so much as a shower–but with bigger drops than …

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On Falling Off a Bike

It’s easy.  I know.  I’ve done it. In fact, I’ve had some pretty spectacular crashes in the years since my mother used to make me wear heavy snow pants when she walked me up and down the road on an ancient bicycle with training wheels. When I was in school, I rode my bike every …

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On Why We Ride: the MS 150

Saturday night at the MS 150 awards evening, my way cool older sister, Susan Fusselman, received a plaque for being a rider in the MS 150 for ten consecutive years.  Then Sunday morning we got up at 5:30, put on our bike clothes, ate breakfast in the cafeteria of St. Joseph’s College in Standish, and …

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