- Took advantage of the great weather today and headed for the hills!
- The gloves are off! (Literally) perfect weather this afternoon in .
- The upside of a 'real' workweek: a real weekend! 7 hours on the schedule today and tomorrow. Weather cooperating too!
- .@ I am both an amateur cyclist and writer. Your praise means a lot. Thank you.
- Today: 40m car commute. Work 4hrs. Sneak 30m strength in a park during lunch. Work 4hrs. 40m back home. 1h on the rollers.
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Planning is critical for a successful season, but first you must know what you’re planning for. The first thing I do is set goals for the upcoming season. I look at the dates of the goal events (usually from the … Continue reading
All sports have categories of competition. Take the NFL for example, there are the “Pros” (NFL Players), and a few ‘minor leagues’, like College Football and Arena Football. Cycling is no different, with stratification of pro teams and amateur license … Continue reading
It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. I’m sure you’ve heard the outcome, but I’ll continue the report as usual… I had a lot of rest last week so I expected the first race to open up the … Continue reading
The weather was forecast to be bad for this race. I was expecting it to be muddy, but was surprised to see it was worse than last year. One the drive up, I could hardly see anything, nor stay on the …
I got my bike cleaned up before packing it for CrossVegas and the evening light was perfect so I rode across the street (literally) to the Valmont Bike Park for a few pictures. I’ve got last year’s review available as … Continue reading
In this post, I’ll describe the process for turning pro as a cyclist, and why despite my good (but not great) results, it would be difficult for me to do so. Like every successful cyclist out there, I have always … Continue reading
There are a few ways to go about watching a bike race in person. Most simply, it can be watched pass by once at a leisurely pace. Packing creature comforts (chairs, lunch, cooler, booze), and arriving at your chosen spot …
You’ll have to wait for my race report from Sunday’s Rist Canyon Road Race for at least another day. Today I went to the first stage of the awkwardly named USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Despite the awkward name, the race …
Perhaps you’ve tired of hearing about Boise Twilight by now, but I have been thinking about it a lot. It really embodied the goal of “The Road to Cat 1″; to earn the ability to race against the fastest racers …