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Guitar Ted Productions

Guitar Ted Productions

Guitar Ted writes from Waterloo, Iowa in a "bicycle and guitar oriented elixir that some find intoxicating". He works as a bicycle mechanic for Europa Cycle and Ski in Waterloo, and is into off-road endurance cycling.

Guitar Ted is involved in organizing and promoting a number of endurance events, including the annual Trans-Iowa Mountain Bike Race (a 300+ mile non-stop, self-supported, solo competition along the gravel roads of rural Iowa) and the Guitar Ted Death Ride Invitational.

Web Site: g-tedproductions.blogspot.com
Location: Waterloo, IA [map]


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If You Have Time To Lean..... 01-16-2017
Part 1 of the swap session completedThe cold and flu season has caught up with us here at Guitar Ted Laboratories. So, I haven't been out on the bicycle of late, trying to recover and all, ya know. So, I kind of feel like I haven't been doing what I should be doing. […]
Registration Madness 01-15-2017
Looks like I will be going down to visit this country again this Spring.First off, no- I did not get in the DK200. I didn't even try to. Actually, I was in bed sick when the whole registration thing happened and I understand that it was quite the scene.There was a new […]
Trans Iowa v13: More Of What It Is All About 01-14-2017
I've written many times about what it is about the gravel road riding and racing scene that I find so attractive. I've written loads about what Trans Iowa is, and what it is not. That's all well and fine, but when you see someone else put things in a little […]
Minus Ten Review- 2 01-14-2017
THAT trail, not "trail", get it? Ten years ago on the blog I was talking about a wide array of things, but one topic that I covered is still sorely misunderstood ten years down the road.You hear folks talk about how "None of this nit picking, micro-dissection […]
Friday News And Views 01-13-2017
Welcome to the first "Friday News And Views" of 2017. The traditions for this series of posts runs back all the way to the beginnings of this blog. You can expect a near weekly edition throughout the year.......Design for the new Pirate Cycling League kits. New […]
Fixing What Ya Broke: Part 2 01-12-2017
Iowa license plate recycling project- Or in other words, fixing my bicycle part with what's at hand.The repair of my BarYak "wings" is complete now and I thought I'd show you all what I did here. You may remember my post from a couple days ago where I […]
Trans Iowa v13: Some Tidbits To Take Care Of 01-11-2017
The gravel roads are clear in many parts of the world and I see that many riders are out there bagging big miles getting in shape for Trans Iowa v13. I'm still trying to tie up some loose ends before I can release some more news, but in the meantime, there are a few […]
Cutting Edge Technology Unleashed In New York City 01-10-2017
Cutting edge technology in '97. 1897, that is. And a women is first to buy in.I was over at my Mom and step-Dad's place the other day. My step-dad gave me some newspaper clippings from the "The New York Sunday Telegraph"dated 31 October 1897.Inside a […]
Fixing What Ya Broke 01-09-2017
Paying for last October's hooliganismsLast October I went up to Northfield Minnesota and had an awesome time at the Fargo Reunion Ride. Well, I don;t know if I ever mentioned it here, but I done broke something on my Fargo that night. As I endoed off the front of my […]
On The Radio 01-08-2017
Yesterday I got to speak with a couple of fine gentlemen. LeLan Dains and Jim Cummings of the DK Promotions were our guests on the Riding Gravel Radio Ranch podcast. It was a good episode and I think folks will enjoy it once it goes live, likely by tomorrow sometime. The […]


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