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Just like there are citizen ski racers who shouldn’t be caught dead wearing a tight-fitting onesie GS suit, there are two-wheeling citizens who shouldn’t be allowed out of the house wearing lycra cycling shorts or tops. These garments, on the wrong sort of overweight human being, don’t leave…

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At some point in your life, you’ll come to the realization you can’t do what you did when you were young. You can’t ride as fast and as far as you once did. Those hills you once climbed with ease are daunting. That single-track and obstacles you once hopped over stop you in your tracks. Your…

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Last Saturday, I happened upon the grand opening of the Eastern Slope Aviation Academy and was transported back in time.

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Nap time is prime time for Georgia Gould. Not that the 2012 London Olympic bronze medalist in cross-country mountain biking needs one. But when her two young children are taking siestas, the mountain biking mom hurries to hammer the miles.

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As if on cue, two loons glided across the surface of the northern New Hampshire bog pond in the spruce-fir forested conservation land. They hadn’t been waiting for us, a couple of gravel road spinning cyclists, but it sure looked that way. The pair skimmed along East Inlet in Pittsburg just …

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Ever gone back to an old familiar place and found it had changed over time? Some of it was the same, but there was something new going on, too. That’s the feeling I had when I visited Bartlett’s Thorne Pond Conservation area on Tuesday. I recognized old trails but found new ones that made ri…

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Editor's Note: After deadline, the Sun learned Potter Road will be closed at the Route 153 end at the end of June until sometime in September. They're replacing the bridge at that end so no one will be able to cross. We want to let riders know they'll have to bypass that end.

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A group of cyclists gathered in the Fryeburg Visitor Center’s parking lot, ready to ride. Tooling Tuesday’s ride leader Denise Jaronski called them together to explain the route and options along the way. She reassured riders that the group would wait for them if they fell behind. At turns a…