A Bike Ride & A Small Goodbye

In a few hours, I'll be walking my daughter, Christiana (pictured above) down the aisle to be married to Patrick. For the past several months, friends and family have asked, "How are you doing with giving her away?"

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Blessing of a Broken Cable

The Plan I needed to log a solo 60-70 miler to get in shape for my upcoming JDRF ride at Amelia Island, Florida. Friday, I got tagged on a Facebook post about a 73-miler so I commented that I was interested, thinking they were riding in the flatlands of their┬ácounty. Later, I checked the route … Continue reading Blessing of a Broken Cable

Riding For A Cure

Our Team As many of you know, I'm the USA Cycling coach for the Middle Tennessee JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) chapter. I'm often asked why I participate since no one in my family suffers from type one diabetes. The answer is in the above photo: my team. FYI: Not everyone was on this ride … Continue reading Riding For A Cure

A Coach’s Perspective on JDRF Loveland

  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

My JDRF Loveland, CO Ride

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