As with many things, the internet has created an abundance of information on all kinds of topics. There are training plans up the wazzoo available for free that are pretty darn good. So if you’re looking for a training plan, why would you pay someone to give you one? Many folks I have worked with thought a […]Read more "Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Cycling Coach"
What are the cycling routes available? Well to sum it up, not much but you can make the most of it. Not much traffic, so that is a plus. Heading East might work, but North or South out of Longmont (north of St. Vrain) is pretty much a no go. I think I’ll head north on […]Read more "Longmont Cycling Route Flood Status"
So I’m lucky. I’ve been sitting at my house most of the day, kinda bored. I worked from the house for 4 hours, helped my kids with homework…a pretty typical day. A bit more like a weekend because I’m at home. From my front porch, the world seems pretty normal. Of course, it isn’t a normal day. In […]Read more "Boulder Flood (Longmont and the rest of the Front Range as well)"
While I do advocate “smelling the roses”, as stated in the last post. It will soon be time to get back at it. Many racers still subscribe to the age old adage of taking a complete rest in the Fall. I believe much of this is due to the lack of motivation after a long […]Read more "Re-Post: Fall Training"
I love seasons. One of the reasons I live in the middle of the country is that it has the full four season experience. Fall has always been my favorite time of the year. I have loved football since I was a little kid and Autumn always represented putting on the pads. In cycling it is a great time […]Read more "Smell the Roses"
I love riding my cross bike on single track. When I built my first bike frame for myself, I choose to build the Frankencross. The idea was to build a cross frame that was more specific to riding on the rocky single track found on the Front Range in Colorado. The epitome of this is […]Read more "Cross Bike vs. Singletrack"