I believe it's better to carry a few tools than it is to leave them at home for the sake of weight.
Quick blurb about riding at metric at 59-years of age.
10 signs you may an "over 50" cyclist
Out With The Old I purchased my first winter jacket some 30 years ago, and since it still worked like a champ, I've used it ever since. At club rides, I stood out like a sore thumb which sparked a teasing frenzy from my younger compadres... "Nice jacket, old man! When are you going to join … Continue reading Cold Weather Cycling: Jacket
You lose up to 40-50% of your heat through your head. True or false?
Hope everyone had a great Christmas! I know I did. I even got some miles in, but that was when temps were around 40-45°. Today, a cold front has most of America in the teens while here in Tennessee it's in the low 30's. Back in the day, I would have braved the chill and … Continue reading Cold Weather Cycling: Footwear
First off, HAPPY THANKSGIVING! I hope that wherever you are, even if you're not in the States celebrating our holiday, that you are surrounded by loving family & friends. Oh, and that you consume lots of carbs & protein!! Cold Weather Confession Okay, I'll fess up: I hate being cold. If I had a … Continue reading Cycling In Winter Can Make You Faster
Celebrating 30th Anniversary on 30A
Me with our small (but mighty) Team NashvilleThis was my fourth JDRF ride but my first as a coach. Being on the "other side" of things, which was an amazing experience, I have even more appreciation for the organization as well as the other coaches I served with. If you've never been on one … Continue reading A Coach’s Perspective on JDRF Loveland
Overview I'm EXCITED!! In 7 days, I'll be joining 416 cyclists from around the U.S. to ride the JDRF Loveland, CO event. This is not a race but is a fundraiser for Type 1 diabetes, and although most will shoot for completing the century, many will be satisfied with a metric or whatever mileage they … Continue reading My JDRF Loveland, CO Ride