Category Archives: Rando Q&A

Rando Q&A with Dan D., Great Lakes and Minnesota Randonneurs

Today it’s all about what’s happening on The Daily Randonneur, where Dan D. of Wisconsin has¬†written a Rando Q&A I think you’ll enjoy.

Dan, living the randonneur lifestyle on the Last Chance 1200K

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Have a great day, everybody!

Rando Q&A with Andrea M., D.C. Randonneurs

Today the bloggy action takes place over on that other blog I know, The Daily Randonneur, with another Rando Q&A.

Andrea M., of the D.C. Randonneurs, graciously agreed to be a guest contributor for this week’s Rando Q&A. Check the full post out here.

Andrea on the 2012 D.C. Randonneurs 600K

The Rando Q&A features many thoughtful insights about riding brevets from randonneurs in various clubs in the U.S.

If you’ve ever wondered what randonneuring is like or you’re already randonneuring and want to read about other people’s perspectives, a scroll through The Daily Randonneur’s Rando Q&As is well worth your time.

Randonneur Q&A for Beginners

Over the past few months, people interested in dabbling in the randonneur lifestyle have asked me various questions about getting into randonneuring. After answering them, I thought I’d share some of my thoughts with you.

Since I started doing brevets in 2005, I’ve realized that randonneurs vary widely in their approach to training and riding brevets. Over time, I’ve figured out some of the methods that work for me, and those are the foundation for the answers to these topics.

My experience is based primarily on brevets with the D.C. Randonneurs. Other clubs may operate slightly differently, though the general approach is the same.

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Randonneur Q&A on The Daily Randonneur

Hi, everybody! We made it to Friday. Good work!

Guess what? Over the next few weeks, I’ll be putting in some time on one of my other favorite blogs, The Daily Randonneur. I’ve lined up a series of posts with some EXCELLENT guest contributors and their insights into randonneuring. Some of you may have already read the first post, which features Katie Sayers Raschdorf, the RBA of the New Jersey Randonneurs. Continue reading