@austinbikes’ @dover666 killin’ it @drivewayseries - #badassery #bikeatx #cycling
Our boy Ben Cross stealing primes and dreams.
Sagan can’t lose. I can’t quit Cancellara. But I’m betting on this tough Norwegian to win tomorrow.
I never want to grow up.
tumblrbot asked: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE INANIMATE OBJECT?
Easy. My bike.
4 Years In The Making
First Podium Appearance. Let’s hope it’s not another 4 until the next one.
Though not often paired together there is so much beauty beneath the dirt and grim. Welcome to Louisville, KY. Home to the 2013 edition of the Cyclocross World Championships.
“People are always telling you that change is a good thing. But all they’re really saying is that something you didn’t want to happen at all… has happened.” - You’ve Got Mail
It wasn’t that long ago that I set sail on what I imagined was going to be the maiden voyage of a ride that would never end and that could potentially be life altering. To say I was shooting for the stars would be an understatement.
I had grand plans on bringing together the cycling community under one big impenetrable umbrella. I was hoping we could all be one big happy family. Unfortunately, I underestimated the task at hand as well as overestimating myself and my commitment. I’ve realized that my ambitions have changed as well as my goals for this blog.
With that said, I’m moving forward utilizing this blog as an emotional outlet for my cycling enterprise. Call it a joural, race diary or what have you but any and everything related to my personal cycling experiences will be posted here. If you care to keep up with this blog please do so but understand that the current focus of this blog is to now focus on myself and afford me the opportunity to reflect on the past whenever necessary or desired. We’ll continue to have a Facebook presence which will be geared more towards popular cycling and the like.
I’ve truly enjoyed the little I have accomplished with this blog and appreciate the audience I have had. A BIG thanks to you all. I hope you continue to tune in to the chronicles of my life as it pertains to cycling. Change can be hard….but it can also be fun. See you out on the open road!