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  • Tejay van Garderen at the Tour of California

    Tejay van Garderen at the Tour of California

    Tejay van Garderen on the podium at the Tour of California 2013, with his daughter Rylan Last week, the St. Helena Star posted an article titled, "My Turn: The Mark of a True Champion" by David Stoneberg, a piece that directly linked our friends Teresa D'Aurizio and Dustin Moilanen of ZD Wines, wit...

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  • Team Amanti Vino Rides the NJ Highlands Gran Fondo

    Team Amanti Vino Rides the NJ Highlands Gran Fondo

    Team Amanti Vino at the finish line This past Sunday, Team Amanti Vino rode the 60 mile NJ Highlands Gran Fondo.  Training and riding with Sharon Sevrens of Amanti Vino, Terence and Mark– our NJ sales reps–climbed 4,820 feet in 58 miles, but at least their day was sunny and warm, much unlike our ex...

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  • The Gran Fondo New York 2013

    The Gran Fondo New York 2013

    Ryan (friend of TEW), Joe B., PC, KU, Rain, JP Yesterday's Gran Fondo New York ride was epic. Not because of the 100 miles, nor the 8,000 feet of climbing. We'd been there and done that last year.  What was missing from yesterday's journey was the spring time temps and the sun and blue skies,...

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  • Hincapie Gran Fondo 2012

    Hincapie Gran Fondo 2012

    PC with George Thanks to PC for this post on his weekend at the Hincapie Gran Fondo. ––––––––– My Dinner with George About a year ago, T. Edward Wines was announced as one of the sponsors of the 2012 Gran Fondo New York, an epic cycling event that led to an email from Rich and George...

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  • The Brothers Hincapie

    The Brothers Hincapie

    George climbing Mont Ventoux during the 2009 TdF Back in November, when we announced our sponsorship of the Gran Fondo NY, Rich Hincapie of Hincapie Sportswear was planning to build a cellar with brother George, and so he reached out to us to talk about wine, and taste.  In great need of a new kit ...

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  • Cycling's First Family–Carpenter/Phinney

    Cycling's First Family–Carpenter/Phinney

    Connie Carpenter at the 1984 Coors Classic & at the 1984 Olympic Games Road Race (photo credits) After competing at the 1972 Winter Olympics as a member the U.S. speed skating team at the age of 14, Connie Carpenter went on to become the first American to win a cycling medal at the Olympics, si...

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  • The Blue Ribbon Alpine Challenge

    The Blue Ribbon Alpine Challenge

    We are psyched to announce our sponsorship of the Blue Ribbon Alpine Challenge–in conjunction with Blue Ribbon Restaurants and Bike Express–a women's professional National Race Calendar three-stage race, this coming August 20-22nd.  In its second year, BRAC was created as the only professional c...

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  • Team TEW Rides the Gran Fondo NY 2012, Part 2

    Team TEW Rides the Gran Fondo NY 2012, Part 2

    PC with Uli Fluhme of the Gran Fondo NY While our fabulous teammates were lining up for the Medio Fondo, ten of us, including four members of TEW and six dear friends, were readying for the Gran Fondo, a 110 mile ride to Bear Mountain and back, with 8,500 feet of gained elevation.  And while ...

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  • Team TEW Rides The Gran Fondo NY, Part 1

    Team TEW Rides The Gran Fondo NY, Part 1

    On Sunday, 26 members of Team TEW (including 12 TEW riders and 14 family members and friends) joined a total of 5,000 riders to participate in the Medio Fondo NY–a 60 mile ride from the George Washington Bridge to Upper Nyack and back again–and the Gran Fondo NY–a 110 mile ride with four timed c...

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  • Gran Fondo Training

    Gran Fondo Training

    On the road with Laura Elder The moment that we've all been training for is soon upon us–the Gran Fondo NY.  This coming Sunday, May 20th, Team TEW will be riding with some 5,000 other participants from around the world, opting for one of two routes: the Medio Fondo at 60 miles/ 100K or the Gran Fo...

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