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VELO BLOG

Issue No. 6 | May 2023

Update from The Kings

Thank you so much for a wonderful spring. From the Chef Cycling Series, to Coffee with the Kings rides, Grasshopper Adventure Series collabs and the Toaster’s Rides, we were so happy to host something for everyone.

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Spotlight: Alex Fuentes

The first face you might see when visiting a Mill District Velo ride is that of Alex Fuentes. Chances are, he’ll have a big, welcoming smile on his face.

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Ted’s Training Tip

Gone are the days of pumping your tires to 120psi and bouncing like a pogostick down the road. Recent changes in the industry see rims and tires getting wider.

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Issue No. 5 | April 2023

Update from The Kings

Here we are more than half way through our two month stay in Healdsburg, but it feels like we just arrived last week. Time is flying!

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Issue No. 4 | February 2023

Hello From The King Family

Last week we were in Arizona with the family for 24 hours in the Old Pueblo, a mountain bike race in which each of us competed alongside a duo partner—Laura with Meg Fisher and Ted with Alex Howes.

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Velo For All

It’s no secret that Mill District Velo has put together some of the best rides in Sonoma County. The spring calendar is packed with weekly ride event offerings that span the spectrum from casual to high performance.

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Spotlight: Naomi Williams

I got into cycling in 2007 when my sister Rachel told me to buy a bike so we could ride together. We have spent most of our lives doing everything together so it just made sense that we would become cyclists together.

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Ted’s Training Tip

Learn your training zones. It’s easy to spout off terms like “zone 1” and “tempo”, but what do they mean for you?

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Issue No. 3 | January 2023

Ted’s Training Tip

“Focus on fueling. So many performance gains can slip through the cracks by underfueling before, during and after rides and then overcompensating later in the day…

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Issue No. 2 | December 2022

12 Days Holiday Ride Guide

T’is the season of eggnog and then another helping of eggnog. In an effort to keep motivation high and not let your riding go into hibernation, Ted King has reignited the DIYgravel’s 12 day holiday ride guide.

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Spotlight: Matthew Accarrino

Acclaimed chef and cyclist Matthew Accarrino hardly needs an introduction. If you’ve been to a Mill District event, you’ve likely had the opportunity to partake in his cuisine or his draft. If you know Matthew, he only has one pace: “full gas”.

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Ted’s Training Tip

Join a group ride! I’m a huge advocate for taking part in group rides. They help with nearly every aspect of cycling; you’ll improve pack etiquette, gain fitness, likely find a new friend or two.

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King Family Gift Guide

The Federal Reserve is doing its best to temper American spending, yet it feels like the season of opulence. Silky, creamy egg nog. Comfy, cozy sweaters.

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Issue No. 1 | October 2022

Hello From the Open Road

The King family (Laura, Hazel our new son Hayden and me) are wrapping up a two month stint on the road in our van. We’re somewhere in the middle of America heading east, but we’ve had the good fortune of riding our bikes in fantastic spots all across the country.

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Spotlight: Jess Cerra

Jess is a professional gravel cyclist with the Pinarello Scuderia team, but her background includes professional Xterra triathlete followed by a foray into professional road racing. Jess isn’t one to talk about herself, but she has many stories to share while guiding our Mill District rides–so don’t be shy to ask her questions.

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Cooking with Chef Accarrino

We love pairing our rides with good food and drink. Chef Matthew Accarrino is someone who shares that affinity and you’ll often find him at Mill District rides sprinting away from the group ride to ensure that lunch is finished in time for the rider’s return. 

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Articles

Thank you so much for a wonderful spring. From the Chef Cycling Series, to Coffee with the Kings rides, Grasshopper Adventure Series collabs and the Toaster’s Rides, we were so happy to host something for everyone.

The first face you might see when visiting a Mill District Velo ride is that of Alex Fuentes. Chances are, he’ll have a big, welcoming smile on his face.

Gone are the days of pumping your tires to 120psi and bouncing like a pogostick down the road. Recent changes in the industry see rims and tires getting wider.

Here we are more than half way through our two month stay in Healdsburg, but it feels like we just arrived last week. Time is flying!

Join us for our Cycling Chef Series with three acclaimed chefs who find inspiration through the bicycle.

He’s one of the fastest gravel bike racers in America, but also known as the “gentle giant.”

It’s common to settle into the same cadence all the time. Enter cadence drills to mix things up.

Last week we were in Arizona with the family for 24 hours in the Old Pueblo, a mountain bike race in which each of us competed alongside a duo partner—Laura with Meg Fisher and Ted with Alex Howes.

It’s no secret that Mill District Velo has put together some of the best rides in Sonoma County. The spring calendar is packed with weekly ride event offerings that span the spectrum from casual to high performance.

I got into cycling in 2007 when my sister Rachel told me to buy a bike so we could ride together. We have spent most of our lives doing everything together so it just made sense that we would become cyclists together.

Learn your training zones. It’s easy to spout off terms like “zone 1” and “tempo”, but what do they mean for you?

Happy New Year! One of my favorite ways to celebrate is by planning a slightly outlandish, can-I-do-it style ride.

Walter Niederberger is a local Healdsburg resident and has been a familiar face at Mill District Velo rides for the past few years.

“Focus on fueling. So many performance gains can slip through the cracks by underfueling before, during and after rides and then overcompensating later in the day…

T’is the season of eggnog and then another helping of eggnog. In an effort to keep motivation high and not let your riding go into hibernation, Ted King has reignited the DIYgravel’s 12 day holiday ride guide.

Acclaimed chef and cyclist Matthew Accarrino hardly needs an introduction. If you’ve been to a Mill District event, you’ve likely had the opportunity to partake in his cuisine or his draft. If you know Matthew, he only has one pace: “full gas”.

Join a group ride! I’m a huge advocate for taking part in group rides. They help with nearly every aspect of cycling; you’ll improve pack etiquette, gain fitness, likely find a new friend or two.

The Federal Reserve is doing its best to temper American spending, yet it feels like the season of opulence. Silky, creamy egg nog. Comfy, cozy sweaters.

The King family (Laura, Hazel our new son Hayden and me) are wrapping up a two month stint on the road in our van. We’re somewhere in the middle of America heading east, but we’ve had the good fortune of riding our bikes in fantastic spots all across the country.

Jess is a professional gravel cyclist with the Pinarello Scuderia team, but her background includes professional Xterra triathlete followed by a foray into professional road racing. Jess isn’t one to talk about herself, but she has many stories to share while guiding our Mill District rides–so don’t be shy to ask her questions.

We love pairing our rides with good food and drink. Chef Matthew Accarrino is someone who shares that affinity and you’ll often find him at Mill District rides sprinting away from the group ride to ensure that lunch is finished in time for the rider’s return.