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November-December 2017 Cycle California!

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Snow Play: Riding Fat

By Bob Ward

Chances are unless you are the most casual of bike riders you will eventually have more than one bike. Once you add that second bike you have now begun your bike "quiver." ...

We all have our "if I could only have one bike" bike, which in my case is a full suspension trail bike. But I also have my quiver which usually includes a back-up full suspension for when #1 is down for repairs or to loan to visitors, my carbon fat bike, my loaner fat bike, and my flat barred road bike.

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Re-Action: Your Letters to the Editor

I just enjoyed reading your article on runny noses when riding [Ask an M.D., August]. Another cause is the eyes tearing: While riding, the wind blows across the eyes drying them out, causing the eyes to hurt a little and then have reflex tearing, which is 100 time the volume of normal tearing. The tears naturally drain into the nose giving a runny nose. This is why when you cry your nose runs.

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Cranksgiving San Jose -- Ride for Food

As the year hurdles to December 31 you are probably thinking of end-of-the-year giving. Charitable organizations are seeking contributions but do they make you go on a scavenger hunt? Do they enable the thrill of the hunt? We're here to remind you donating can be fun, especially when paired with a scavenger hunt/food drive.

Enter Cranksgiving San Jose, on November 18, in Downtown San Jose.


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