Fall is the time where I see the most interest in new clients and it is the perfect time to begin interviewing candidates. I usually start my conversations with clients around both of our expectations and characteristics. After coaching over 70 athletes in the past decade, I have a good sense of whether I will […]Read more "Hiring a Cycling Coach"
This last week Colorado was graced with one of the biggest pro stage races in North America. My brother, dad and I went out for Friday’s race finish in Colorado Springs and Saturday’s race finish in Boulder. The plan was to ride the course ahead of the race and get a feel for what the […]Read more "US Pro Cycling Challenge"
I have said a zillion times, cycling is much more mental than physical. Sure you have to have decent legs, but at a certain point everyone has the legs and it is the folks with real mental strength that persevere. Being prepared is critical in bike racing. Showing up to the race with your race […]Read more "Being Prepared"
Cyclocross is starting very soon in Colorado and if you haven’t started training you are all ready behind. I love cross. I have often said that if I could pick any one bike racing to be good at it would be cross. I combines all the things I like about bike racing into an […]Read more "Cyclocross Training"
Had my website not completed disintegrated last year, I would just be able to reference this post back to July 2010. But since it did die, I have to add this new post. I went down to Golden for my last road race of the year, the Raising Hope Criterium. This race is on a […]Read more "Broken Arm – Again (And race report)"