As our training volumes increase I provide a few thoughts about cyclist-motorist interactions and attitudes that exist in our auto-dominated society. We have had several accidents in our community over that last several years. Cyclists can be the best advocates or worst enemies when it comes to changing attitudes. Read on...
The following is a recap of Ironman Texas, for the benefit of those ever wanting to complete this race, and for those who believe that anything is possible in life. Overall, this was an awesome race, including the course, the support, volunteers, the venue and organization. Anyone who says otherwise, has probably done a dozen IM's and is therefore nit-picking. As a first timer, I enjoyed almost everything about the…Continue
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They say the older you get the wiser you get, then why do the same things still cut us to the core or make us feel so good? Well I had one of those yesterday and it wasn't the good kind, but as every door closes a window opens. I refuse to share the gory details, but lets just say after yesterday I am better today (you know who you are!).
So this morning I was told it was snowing (as I lay in bed at 9) and a friend was going to the gym. I blew it off and went back to sleep for a bit,…Continue
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Cycling safety is a topic I feel very strongly about, and being both a car driver and cyclist I can see it from both…Continue
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Skimming through his book Racing Weight by Matt Fitzgerald prompted me to write this blog post. Do you ever find yourself swimming, running or cycling to lose weight? Or does weight loss come as a bonus to exercise? The question I get asked a lot is…Continue
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I've been blogging almost daily about my Ironman training for nearly 1.5 years. Today is my first day at iamtri.
It feels like one of those "group support meetings" where I say, "Hi, I'm Ryan. I, too, am addicted to triathlon."
Only I don't know who's going to say "Hi, Ryan" back. Hopefully someone out there!
Here's the link to my blog, in case you want to check it…Continue
I live in New England and snow has finally settled around where I live. My question is what to expect in winter cycling, as this is my first time. My biggest concern is that the salt will ruin my bike. Will it? Also, is there anything else that I should know about cycling in the winter months.
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