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My Journey

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Just like home…but BETTER!!!!

By |December 16th, 2015|Categories: Journey, Uncategorized|Tags: |

Living now in Georgia Emily and I have had to make a lot of changes. Where we get groceries, who works on our cars, what dentist we use, regular riding and training routes; all of the stuff you start to take for granted when you [...]

La Ruta Recap

By |December 2nd, 2015|Categories: Journey, Singlespeed|Tags: , , , |

So La Ruta de Los Conquistadores. The "hardest bike race in the world" they say. I haven't done all the bike races, so I cant comment on that. But if you like your bike games with a extra side of adventure then La Ruta needs [...]

Lessons from The Competition

By |July 18th, 2015|Categories: Journey, NUE, Singlespeed, Uncategorized|

Almost home after a week away. One more plane ride. One more sequence of filing in, sitting down, cramming myself into a seat and descending into a book or phone or conversation until we touch back down. The tires hitting the pavement triggers everyone to [...]

Choices #1 Rubber

By |May 20th, 2015|Categories: Gear Reviews, Journey, Uncategorized|

This blog as a way to pass on merely race antics is hopefully pretty entertaining but I get a fair number of emails and Facebook messages on a regular basis asking what sort of "X" I use (or used for a specific event), or which [...]

peaks

By |May 8th, 2015|Categories: Journey, NUE, Singlespeed, Uncategorized|

Sitting on the porch after 4 weeks of travel and as many races there's a lot to look back on in a very short period of time. Kind of like one of those whirlwind tours heavy metal bands used to take in the 80s. Only [...]

Farewell Friend

By |April 24th, 2015|Categories: Journey, NUE, Singlespeed, Uncategorized|

Theres been a lot of action lately. Racing, riding, training, vacations and life fully into the swing of things. So much so I've been unable to post much lately. But this struck deep and slowed everything down Here is something I was asked to write [...]

Curahee!!!

By |March 5th, 2015|Categories: Journey, Podium Shorts|Tags: |

Flying over Normandy on June 6 1944 American paratroopers watched and waited for the lights near the side doors of their planes to switch from red to green, signaling their time to jump into a life changing breach. "CURAHEE!!" they yelled as they dove [...]

Trust The Struggle

By |February 6th, 2015|Categories: Journey|Tags: , , , |

  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 ┬áis big. Its a feeling Ive had a lot this winter. In August I moved to Cumberland Gap [...]

Change up!

By |January 22nd, 2015|Categories: Journey, Podium Shorts|

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 [...]

Partnership

By |April 16th, 2014|Categories: Journey|

Cycling is in fact a team sport. By that I mean more than just the mid july co-worker explanation of bike racing and the way it works. My first post on this blog was in honor of Scott Scudamore entitled "Community." This post continues in [...]

In Like a Lion, Stay Like a Lion?

By |March 31st, 2014|Categories: Journey|

One of the perks of having a pro cyclist as a partner is access to unlimited opportunities and invitations (usually from him) to the events and races that he is traveling to and competing in. Most of the time this is awesome and completely amazing, [...]