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DK200, Here We Come

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Written by Neil Shirley Riding 200 miles in a single day, on a bicycle, is a very, very long way. Milan-San Remo and Liege-Bastogne-Liege, two of the highest-level professional races in the world, are only 185 and 160 miles, respectively. So what would motivate someone to ride 200 miles….actually, even worse, 200 miles on gravel? It’s called Dirty Kanza 200…

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Can ALLIED Cycle Works Create a New Cycling Industry Model? Outside Finds Out

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By Aaron Gulley on OutsideOnline If you ride a carbon-fiber bike, chances are it was manufactured in one of five factories in China. If you ride an American-made carbon model, you probably bought it from a boutique brand and paid through the teeth for it. All this might change thanks to Allied Cycles, which launched in February in Little Rock,…

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Best Thing About The Sea Otter Classic? Getting There (With a Little Help from Our Friends)

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What does a perfect day in the saddle look like? Incredible scenery [check], friends old and new [check], riding for a good cause [check] delicious food/ drink waiting for you at the finish [check]. We’ve been scheming on this one for more than 6 months, and it might just be the best day in Our Outdoor Office yet. Before we…

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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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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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