Running With Anuk

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If you want to see unconfined joy in movement, you need look no further than running with a dog. When I run with my dog, . . . → Read More: Running With Anuk

The puzzles of pain-free running

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Fantastic morning light for trail running in the local woods #runwithstrava #Devon

A photo posted by Aidan Harding (@aidan.harding) on Apr 9, 2015 at 1:34am PDT

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“What’s the matter? Your bike broken?” – Running Onwards

I never thought that I would enjoy running as much as I do. I never really thought that I see my love of riding wane. But both of those things seem to have happened.

Right now, I don’t have a “Next Challenge”. The Iditarod Trail Invitational in February (story to appear in the next Sidetracked Magazine) . . . → Read More: “What’s the matter? Your bike broken?” – Running Onwards

How running has helped my biking

For the longest time, I believed that running was the tool of the devil. It was boring and painful and why would anyone do it when you could instead be mountain biking. After all, mountain biking is the best of all sports.

In 2006, running did me a lot of physical harm but ended up . . . → Read More: How running has helped my biking