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About rfeagan

Consultant, trainer, analyst @Gallup. Bike racer, promoter, organizer. Traveler. Learner. Idea Generator. Futurist. Primal Eater.

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2 Races & 9 Days of MTB in CO & UT, part 1

The last 9 days have featured a whole lot of awesomeness.  Our annual spring trip to Moab & Fruita went as planned, with some new faces and new races thrown in.  Due to a larger than usual appetite for racing, … Continue reading

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Ryan’s Semi-annual Race Report

Ha, so my blog still works.  That’s a good thing because it appears that 2011 may bring some good stories, with good friends. There’s a lot of good friends, good shops, and good group rides in Omaha.  Nonetheless, I’m sporting … Continue reading

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Dakota Five-O Race Report: Success!

By any of my measures of the day, the race was a success.  So, that’s what an endurance mountain bike event is supposed to feel like.  I get it now.  I think.  It only took 5 times at Dakota 50 … Continue reading

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I wonder

if anyone I know has ever been part of a focus group regarding urinal design.  Having travelled through many an airport and nearly every rest stop on I-80 8 I-70, between Omaha & Utah, I feel rather qualified.

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Maskenthine Race Report

Friday night was one of the smoothest night-before-Psycowpath-race experiences I’ve ever enjoyed.  My friends at Elkhorn Valley Cycling club know the routine, and they’ve got a few folks very comfortable manipulating csv files, so that made my job pretty simple. … Continue reading

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Week’s Training

Training the week of Aug 23rd was feeling pretty stellar.  To my surprise, coach Jason told me this week’s weightlifting was going to be only with bodyweight.  So my usual Tuesday squats and lunges wouldn’t fry the legs as much … Continue reading

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