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Trying to go Back-to-Back at Dirty Kanza

UnTapped co-founder Ted King stepped away from World Tour racing, but continues to fuel the engine room as the world of gravel is burgeoning. Awarded the King of Kanza in 2018, Ted set out to Emporia, KS for the 14th running of Dirty Kanza, the grand daddy of all gravel racing, in hopes of taki
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Atypical Marathon Preparation with Aliza Lapierre

Aliza Lapierre is an ultrarunner from right here in Vermont. She recently ran the Vermont City Marathon -- where she took the title of fastest female Vermonter -- all the more impressive since she had a five-hour training run the day prior! Aliza has big fish to fry later this season, so we checke
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THE STORY OF MAPLEAID

In the creation of Mapleaid, we sought the simplest solution to the conundrum of drink mix. In Ginger Mapleaid, we have just three ingredients: organic maple sugar, ginger, and sea salt. In Lemon Tea Mapleaid, there are only four: organic maple sugar, lemons, black tea, and sea salt. That’s it. Occa
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How To: What Sugaring Season Means for UnTapped

Here at Untapped we spend a lot of time talking about simple ingredients and all natural energy. Simple, natural products are taste great and make you feel better while being a little more environmentally friendly to boot. Nothing underscores that like the cornerstone of our products - pure maple s
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The UnTapped Story, part 3: Andrew Gardner

A Michigander by birth, and practically growing up with nordic skis on his feet, Andrew Gardner settled in Vermont in 2006 taking over the reigns as head coach of the nordic ski team at Middlebury College. Ted was graduating from the school at the same time, so a friendship was born on tw
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The UnTapped Story, part 2: Ted King

UnTapped co-founder, Ted King’s first career was that of a professional cyclist. Living and racing all throughout Europe on cycling's biggest stage, from the the Giro d’Italia and Tour de France to the hallowed spring classics, Ted served as a loyal domestique to some of the sport’s bi
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