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So far Gordon Wadsworth has created 40 blog entries.

Predictable

The big blue hole in the sky up in the VA cycling scene is wash with Pantani ride rumors and postulations. The Pantani ride has grown even in the time I've been involved. It changed from a thing a couple folks did in February as a spring throwdown ritual and has moved up to race-ride [...]

By |February 10th, 2015|Podium Shorts, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Trust The Struggle

  Reading over Julian Kyer's journal article on velonews I couldn't help but empathize. Kyer's words aren't overly poetic but the feeling it gets across  is big. Its a feeling Ive had a lot this winter. In August I moved to Cumberland Gap TN to be with Emily where she is finishing up [...]

By |February 6th, 2015|Journey|1 Comment

There Is no “Diet” Epic

This is the fun time, the #wintermiles are adding up and the fitness is coming. Ive ridden more solo miles this winter than Id like and while there is solace and peace sometimes in that the accountability and motivation are hard to generate by yourself some days. Ive "stoked on" a little tandem time with [...]

By |February 5th, 2015|Podium Shorts|0 Comments

Change up!

When I began my blog about this time last year I first posted something of a placeholder. I haven't really been pleased with the formatting of it and don't really have the know-how to change it. But time changes all things and new opportunities present themselves. So Im really excited to debut this new page, [...]

By |January 22nd, 2015|Journey, Podium Shorts|2 Comments

SnakeBIT #1

If you live in the southeast United States you have probably heard of "The Snake." The Snake Creek Gap Time Trials hosted by the North West Georgia SORBA is a series of three time trial events held on the Pinhoti trail system in...you got it...North West Georgia. Snake Creek follows you and mocks you as [...]

By |January 4th, 2015|Podium Shorts|0 Comments

DEPTH

Sometimes we forget how deep we can go. Sometimes we never knew we could go as deep as we do. It's superficial to limit this to cycling. You and I do big things for our families, friends, and even complete strangers. Chances are good if you are eras daring this you are in the club of people [...]

By |November 17th, 2014|Podium Shorts|0 Comments

“Adventure Race!” HA!!

All expense paid vacation in the tropics: Pacific and Caribbean beaches, mountain top sunrises, city night life, all yours for the taking! Sounds like a swell gig right?  I mean who wouldn't want to enjoy this: Or these: There just a little bigger than the people in the picture. And if [...]

By |November 17th, 2014|Podium Shorts|1 Comment

Whirlwind

Whirlwind of a season. The blogging monkey is just a big fat wheel sucker! But I've been eager to get that monkey off my back for a couple months. This blog is expressly not a place for race reports. Not a place to share what I ate at mile 77. Unless it's beef jerky, or [...]

By |September 4th, 2014|Podium Shorts|0 Comments

Some Days are Diamonds…

...Some days are stones. Or so the John Denver song I grew up hearing says. And I think the important things aren't necessarily those highs and lows but the journey we take through the rocks and roots of life. And most importantly as it stands regarding my Mohican 100 experience the lessons to be learned [...]

By |June 5th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Tall Orders and Bigger Checks: My Sunshine Ride through the Wilds of Tennessee

Pedaling into the light out of a South Tennessee evergreen tunnel muted to a darker green by the morning's mist my legs felt good, so good that I started to get a few little goosebumps and chills as I realized where I was, and the journey I had begun. The Cohutta 100 gets a little [...]

By |May 14th, 2014|Podium Shorts|0 Comments