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Thoughts on cycling and the moments from rides worth saving before they’re lost in the swirl.

This started out as an entry that was a runner-up in Bicycling magazine's 2014 Bill Strickland parody contest (http://www.bicycling.com/culture/people/meet-winner-2014-win-any-bike-contest) and became a way for me to remember and share rides.

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Thoughts on cycling and the moments from rides worth saving before they’re lost in the swirl. And it's short: a few hundred words, more or less. Because really, who wants to read more than that about someone else's ride?

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Rick Swagler

Some of the best stuff on a bike ride happens between your ears not under your wheels. I try to write about some of it.