Frozen Niagra, Mammoth Cave, Kentucky Now that I’ve wrapped up just about everything for Race Across America this year – except for the poster-sized topocreator maps I’m sending out to supporters – I’m going to switch back to this blog for updates on my cycling adventures. Yesterday’s 326.3 mile, three-state ride in Alabama, through Tennessee, […]
I’m so excited to be racing the Race Across America this summer. I created a separate blog for all of my RAAM posts, and “Cycling Adventures” blog will remain idle until the race is over. Here is a link to the RAAM blog where I will be posting all things cycling since everything I’m doing […]
Eddie Fryer and a host of volunteers put on an amazing event today as a fund-raiser for the Alabama NICA high school cycling league. I helped scout out the route with Mark Fisher, and it turned out to be pretty much perfect for this type of event. Below, I’ve linked to all the videos I […]
We’re currently investigating a potential route for the Birmingham Baker’s Dozen. This route is looking more and more like the final route so I went ahead and created the map and stats for all the climbs. We explored this route on Sunday, and I made youtube videos of all the climbs. Lots of random conservations […]
An epic season I’ve been on many rides and raced in many races I’d classify as “epic”, but this is probably the first season I’d classify as “epic”. Lots of epic rides and races, but also one epic crash completely changed the course of my season. I’m super thankful to be able to write this […]
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