Neil Shirley: Inside ALLIED CYCLE WORKS

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By Neil Shirley A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to take a trip out to Little Rock, Arkansas, to see first-hand what HIA Velo–and their first brand, ALLIED Cycle Works–all about. Over the course of nearly a year, I, like most others in the cycling media, heard bits of info about former Orbea USA owner Tony Karklins starting…

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When Beach Balls And Gravel Bikes Collide

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Beach balls. Yes, beach balls. What do beach balls have to do with riding bikes? Usually nothing. Unless of course, you’re at The Rock Cobbler. For the past four years The Rock Cobbler has proven to be anything but predictable in what could happen when out on course. When I say ‘unpredictable’ I don’t mean that in the way that…

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On the bike and in the kitchen with Chef Seamus Mullen

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One of the greatest aspects of the bike is getting to meet fun and interesting people who in a short time, often turn into friends.  A few weeks ago we got to spend time riding and clowning with two  favs: Ted King, and award-winning chef and author Seamus Mullen of renowned NYC restaurant Tertulia.  BikeRadar caught up with Seamus at…

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Tim’s Bucket List

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New year, new blog for the outside half of the Lyman Agency, so we figured what better way to kick this thing off than with some resolutions. But since ticking items off a “Bucket List” sounds like so much more fun than adhering to a resolution, that’s what we’re gonna do. So, first up, Tim (@TimJimPC). 1.) San Juan Hut…

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Working in the Outdoor Office, a Good Day turned into a Great Week, and even better Reminder

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A few days have passed back at my desk after spending last week on road (bike) with media and our client at the Mavic Haute Route Rockies test event. They’ve comprised working through the to-do list that accumulated and falling back into a familiar, daily routine. Still, the cherished time in outdoor office has remained fresh in my mind. It’s…

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When Is Spam Not Spam?

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When is spam not spam? When it has utility to the audience, conveying timely and relevant information. Case in point: at the beginning of this winter, we had the idea of an email that aggregated resort happenings and content for client Mammoth Mountain. An email blast is certainly not an original concept, but this had a catch: recipients would be…

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