Senior Olympic Training Update

Balancing Act Riding with cyclists who are much faster & stronger thanĀ me has balanced my ego. On days I feel inadequate I'm reminded of how far I've come in getting stronger, and when I stray too far toward bravado, I note who I'm riding with and the pain they couldĀ dial-up! Have I improved? Absolutely. Even … Continue reading Senior Olympic Training Update

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

Reviewing my NEW Garmin Edge 1000

Time For A Change This little computer, or something comparable, is all I've ever used for 30 years. I've never needed the bells & whistles; less is more. But after my experience at Rockabilly Gran Prix road race, I knew it was time for a change. I needed to track heart rate, routes, climbs, efforts... … Continue reading Reviewing my NEW Garmin Edge 1000