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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  is 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, [...]

Spring Power Test

By |February 26th, 2014|Categories: Journey|

I did my first Pantani ride three years ago. Sight unseen, details unknown, and arguably highly unprepared. Not that there is any amount of preparation in the traditional sense that will do any good: but it helps you sleep a little better the night before. Even if [...]

Pain Cave

By |January 24th, 2014|Categories: Journey|

We all have them. Some of our pain caves look like this: Not mine, not at all like mine. Some of them like this: We all need workout buddies Some of them are real caves I reckon, mines a little cave-ish. [...]

Raaaad faith in humanity

By |January 8th, 2014|Categories: Journey|

I love base mile rides most of the time. In the early portion of the season you're still channeling those awesome late season and winter rides where you got nowhere to be, nothing to be doing, just riding for the ride. And if the weather [...]

Community

By |January 1st, 2014|Categories: Journey|

I'll tell you one thing that keeps me racing. Community. I'm AMAZED by this community of cyclists here in VA. I'm amazed by Travis Metro Solo Williams. Hes always pumped to be there, living the moment, living the singlespeed, cyclocross, 90 proof, thighs out skys [...]

A work in progress

By |December 28th, 2013|Categories: Journey|

As you see it right now this blog is a work in progress. What isnt really a work in progress? Is arrival a thing that happens this side of the clay? If it is it really shouldnt be! And I honestly believe that. Some phases [...]