Adding a little variety into my MTB training has been hard, but worth it…… Read More Lacing Up
Love it when you realize that your mtb skills have progress on a local favorite.… Read More Palm Canyon Epic
Why look behind at 2019, when tomorrow is unwritten? A quick look at my goals and plans…… Read More Hello, 2020!
Overtrained and trying to rekindle my mtb bike love… my journey to feeling the stoke again.… Read More The Art of “Not Training”
I tend to work too hard. And yet, there’s only so many hours in the day you can train for the next race or event. So, I’ve been searching for a way to focus my energy and have landed on how to “spreading stoke” – especially for people that are feeling a consumed by the… Read More Spreading Stoke
Especially in new places with so much awesome outdoor activities. Saturday, I drove 5 hours to Las Vegas and got to see a girlfriend that I haven’t seen for ages… Sunday, I drove another 7 hours and finally made it to Moab, UT. There’s certainly something to be said about a solo road trip; thinking… Read More Tapering is Hard to Do…
“Put your Big Girl panties on,” I tell myself. “The only way you’re going to meet more people is to get out there… no one is going to introduce you like the queen.” My friend, Tina, volunteers for the local mountain bike association and was going to work at their inaugural festival this last weekend. “A MTB… Read More Finding a Community: SDMBA Laguna Fest
Actually, it wasn’t love at first sight. I first road a buddy’s up at Mammoth Mountain; I thought the idea of running downhill on a 29er MTB was ridiculous… but it worked. It worked REALLY well. So I took the plunge, wheeled and dealed with my local bike shop and put a Santa Cruz HighTower… Read More New Bike Love
2017 is done… it was a big year. Huge goals hit. ❤ Here’s to more adventures in 2018! https://2017.strava.com/en-us/videos/e703329b70ecd8a119fd13fcf05edbdaaae115c6/
As, typical, EJ and I headed to Sedona, Arizona for an extended Thanksgiving holiday to mountain bike, hike, eat great food and sleep in. Just a short 7 hour travel in the car from San Diego, we packed up the car, grabbed the dog and we’re out of town. It was great fun! We always… Read More Sedona!