Just finished a 3 day training camp with the team. Great riding, great weather, and great folks. One thing that never stops amazing me is that I always seem to be hanging with some great people on the bike. Sure everyone is a bit different, but all good people at their core. This is the […]Read more "Training Camp"
Balancing life is clearly one of the hardest things to deal with. I can’t remember a time since I have had kids where it wasn’t a sacrifice of something to do the other thing. Helping the wife dig rocks in the garden hours before a race, surely making it pointless to race at all. Taking a […]Read more "Balance?"
One of the cool things about coaching is that you get to live through other folks. It is like being able to race 10 races each weekend. And like a father watching his son/daughter, you live and die with them out on the road. The wins are bigger than your own and the losses more devastating. […]Read more "Coaching"
The reason I named the site everyday racer was simply because I have found that to have any chance at competing you need to be a racer everyday, not just on race day. The cool thing is that doesn’t mean you have to live like a pro cyclist. You can have a full time job, a […]Read more "Everyday Racer"
Took the sprint in the first race of the year, almost caught the four man break up the road. 2nd place is a good way to start the year. Ended up 14th in the next race. A 9 man break went up the road and I got 5th in the sprint. Not a bad day […]Read more "First Race of 2010"
I started coaching and always have coached athletes based entirely on word of mouth. I don’t spend a lot of time worrying about getting the next client, I guess I am more concerned about making the athletes I work with faster. So here it is, some type of website to discuss coaching, cycling, racing, family, […]Read more "Marketing?"