- I have mixed feeling on the end of the ACA as we've known it. Has been a great organization. I'm also excited for next year.
- Dang! @ Is live tweeting everyone's votes at the ACA / USAC meeting. Thanks for your passion and excellent reporting.
- If tan lines are PRO, and overdressing is PRO... What do I wear for a 65 degree day in November?
- Sometimes I feel like too much of a racer to also be a fanboy, but now I'm bummed I'm not at the Garmin team presentation in town tonight...
- Re: ACA/USAC & Elite vs Average racers - You can't have one without the other. cc @
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Today is three full weeks after my ORIF procedure, and a month since fracture. I have been taking a conservative approach since I’m not intending to return to race form for four more months. I told the doctor that I … Continue reading
It has been a slow week on the blog, but it is because I’ve been exceptionally busy at home. If you follow my TrainingPeaks training archive (link on the right menu) you may have noticed I’ve been getting my workouts … Continue reading
You’ve probably heard of PROs using a ‘Bone Stim’. They’re not available to everyone, but I was lucky enough to have a family friend that had a pesky foot bone that wouldn’t heal. Without even asking, they were nice enough … Continue reading
I saw my surgeon today for my one week followup after surgery. I’ve been feeling much better and have been off all meds for the past two days. I started to feel like my sling was unnecessary if I was … Continue reading
As I had mentioned earlier, I had never had surgery or general anesthetic before. A big part of what I’ve been experiencing the past week is mostly related to the surgery itself. The procedure I had is known as ORIF, … Continue reading
I’ll try my best to find some other subjects to write about but for now I’m pretty much living my life (as best I can) around my left shoulder. I have been talking to a few folks who have been … Continue reading
It was a little nerve wracking waiting almost two days to get an X-ray of my shoulder. At first I was certain of the diagnosis, but doubt and worry crept in over time. Luckily the X-ray showed the most common … Continue reading
A recent incident highlighted something that has been on my mind so far this season: On course warmup / course inspection. If you haven’t heard, a well known cyclocross blogger, Greg Keller of MudandCowbells.com, was injured in a crash with …