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Weekly Bike Commuting Update

After last week’s post of finding motivation, I’ve put my legs to the grindstone and found happiness in both days of commuting on Thursday and Friday. With threats of rain (flooding to be exact) each day as I pedaled closer to home I found myself chasing rainbows and finding peace with where I am. Next week I hope to track my food intake better, at least for breakfast/lunch/dinner. Not down to calories, but just to have a better clue…

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Colorado Winter Cycling

Staying Motivated During the Polar Vortex and Colorado Winters

I need to confess, I haven’t been riding my bike as you can probably tell from the lack of updates and Strava achievements. In the cold and dark I’ve been turning to running and exploring the trails near my home. While this isn’t ideal for a content on a cycling specific site it is ideal for my happiness. My 2014 goals include no bike races for the first time in many years but instead to explore more and become a more rounded a…

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Denver Bike Commute

Bike Commuting in Denver: Part III

An on going series of riding and commuting in my new city of Denver Colorado. See more about my Denver Cycling experience¬†here.¬† With my move successful complete (there are still boxes to find and empty if you would like to help,) I started testing out the commute from my house to the bike shop this past Monday. While I’ve only done the round trip commute a couple times it is great to explore a new city and perfect the streets to ride on o…

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Prep Work Starts Today for 2013

“It’s better to look ahead and prepare than to look back and regret.” – Jackie Joyner Kersee The 2013 season starts this week for me. A week of rest which including making list and checking things off. Getting food and recipes in order. Checking over bikes. Pimping the mountain bike with gears (see photo) and taking the knobs off the cyclocross bike for some Michelin Pro4’s. This is the time of the year that I get…

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Holiday Wish List for Bicyclist: Stocking Stuffers

Ideas for what to put in that stocking of the cyclist you love, or me! Lizard Skins Bar Tape or Ergon Grips Fresh new bar tape from Lizard Skins or Ergon GP2 grips are the easiest way to freshen up a bike. I’m also a big fan of both of these for long training miles in the winter. Happy hands = Happy Arleigh DeFeet Honey Badger Xmas Socks Honey Badger + Socks made in North Carolina, how much more awesome could you get? Gels, Bars and All Th…

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6 hours warrior creek 2013

Race Report: 2013 6 Hours of Warrior Creek

This was the fourth year of testing my metal against the 6 Hours of Warrior Creek. Each year as half of a women’s duo, my partner Melissa has always been the ringer for us and I wanted to be able to pull my half of the race as strong as she could. Originally, this race was supposed to be a tuning race for the Burn 24 in late May. As plans have changed, boxes are being packed and I realized this would be my last race in the southeast it bec…

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