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  • Going Dutch
  • Going Dutch

    With its enviable waistlines (and lifespans) Holland's two-wheel culture is something America should emulate.
      With its enviable waistlines (and lifespans) Holland's two-wheel culture is something America should emulate.
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  • The Finish Line
  • The Finish Line

    Destiny and drama at the Tour of Walla Walla
      Alejandro Borrajo and David Richter meet at the finish line in April's Tour of Walla Walla 2012
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    The newest edition of Angry Birds is here. Plus, it's the beginning of the cycling season!
      If you’ve never cruised the thousands of free radio stations available through iTunes, you should ” especially the hundreds of foreign-language stations. Plopping yourself suddenly into Spain or Senegal or India is a bizarre 21stcentury delight.
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  • Cyclocross is War
  • Cyclocross is War

    With the summer season over, local cyclists take the battle to the park.
      In cyclocross, riders on beefed-up road bikes (and a separate category of mountain bikers) race around short circuits of mixed terrain, from grass to sand to gravel, negotiating manmade obstacles along the way. The sport, traditionally contested in late fall, is known for pushing riders through snow and mud and rain.
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  • Annexation for Millions of Dollars, Alex!
  • Annexation for Millions of Dollars, Alex!

    Spokane goes west, a local Jeopardy! champ and biking in the Valley.
      But after passing an online test at home and competing in a simulated game in Seattle, Runsvold landed in front of Alex Trebek himself in March. His debut episode premiered on Friday, July 15. As of press time, he had won his first two games. In fact, he dominated them, blitzing across the board, hammering on the buzzer, rattling off correct responses.
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  • 'The Lost Cyclist,' David V. Herlihy
  • 'The Lost Cyclist,' David V. Herlihy

    Around the world on a bike in the 1890s? David Herlihy’s book manages to make even a strong premise boring.
      certain air of romance surrounds early American adventurers. Call it manifest destiny or whatever you will, but these rugged individualists of the 1800s embodied the can-do-spirit of the Americas — where everyone was a pioneer, master of his own fortune and outlandishly in love with the heartland.
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  • June
  • June

    Earl tries his hand at paddling, biking and dribbling and checks out Kiss, Langhorne Slim and sake.
      Your guide to all things summery in Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, Sandpoint and the rest of the Inland Northwest for June 2011
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  • Bigfoot Bandits
  • Bigfoot Bandits

    A Bigfoot is lost, then found. Plus, fighting school reform and a “first” for Spokane cyclists.
      Sasquatch Shenanigans When Joy Arch realized her 8-foot, 300-pound steel Bigfoot statue was missing from beside her downtown business last week, she knew it wouldn’t be long before someone spott
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  • Remembrance
  • Remembrance

    Threats to nature and free speech. Plus, a ghost bike.
      While the House voted to grant the Jeff Dawson Ranch $300,000, matching a federal grant that would protect 115 acres of viable farmland from development, the Senate completely cut funding for the ranch, as it did for all other farmland preservation projects.
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  • Ten Grand and Phosphorus
  • Ten Grand and Phosphorus

    A cyclist forgiven, dirty lawns and a big speech.
      Cyclist’s Fines Forgiven When a local television station last week did a reprise of our story on parking ticket scofflaws (“Time Bandits,” Aug. 20, 2009), it was a shock to see Mat
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  • Winter Warriors
  • Winter Warriors

    Meet the maniacs and moms who bike through the cold in the Inland Northwest.
      But you might not guess as much, judging from the cultural myths that surround bike commuting. The perception that winter commuters are thrill-happy daredevils — or that all bike commuters are angry, Lycra-clad environmentalists — is a tired caricature.
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