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Terry Demo Bicycles

Valkyrie Tour

Once in a blue moon, we have Terry demo bicycles for sale. A beautiful, chameleon green Valkyrie Tour in the medium size is looking for a loving owner. Full details are available on the Demo Bikes page.

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What I’m Reading: Just Ride by Grant Petersen

Cyclists are bombarded with information: advertising, in-ride chats, blogs, tweets. Sometimes we spend so much time making sure our kit looks good, our bikes look good and our pre-ride stretching was done that we forget we’re here to Just Ride

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A new Georgena Terry bicycle for 2013

The American Dipper

The American Dipper – a new bicycle in the making! Like the American Dipper songbird, whose habitat is found in rocky, unpolluted streams in the western United States, American manufacturers of bicycle components are also found in discrete habitats. The

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The thrill of meeting your new bike!

Lightweight Terry steel bicycle

Saturday morning was a very special one. A Georgena Terry Coto Doñana Tour was about to meet its new owner. The scene: Sid’s Bikes on West 19th Street in New York City. Larry Wallach, Sid’s manager, carefully hung this sweet

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Team Luna Chix Albany

Many thanks to Team Luna Chix Albany for asking me to be their guest speaker at an event yesterday to raise money for the Breast Cancer Fund. It was a super outing. Mother Nature cooperated long enough for cyclists to

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Terry Tour of Vermont

Last week, Sojourn hosted yet another Terry Tour of Vermont. This ride has a storied history. It began in the early 1990’s when I had such a good time on my one week annual jaunts to Vermont I thought it

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What I’m Reading: From the Pen of J.B. Wadley

From the Pen of J.B. Wadley

From the Pen of J.B. Wadley Edited by Adrian Bell 2002, Mousehold Press, Norwich, Great Britain ISBN 1 874739 22 6 Availability: Amazon sellers How could you not find charming a book from a publisher with the name “Mousehold Press”?

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Baby, It’s HOT Outside!

Jonathan Edwards recently worked with the French team, Ag2r, at the Tour of California. He’s written a very entertaining article about his experience in the September, 2012 issue of Road Bike Action. He ran into a surprising amount of resistance

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Let Justice be Done

The road beckons.

My town was rocked last weekend by the senseless death of a cyclist. She had no chance at all against the two alleged DWI drivers who took her life on a sunny summer Sunday morning. “Mellow” would have described the

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Customer Photo: Coto Doñana Tour

What better place to celebrate a new bike than Joshua Tree National Park? This is a slightly customized Coto Doñana Tour: our smallest size was a tad large for the rider, so this one was tweaked to suit. It’s using

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