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2022 8×8 Ride Report

Wow. Another year in the books and the day couldn't have been better! Each year at the park, I'm standing around impressed by all the riders that are able to complete this challenge. The park is such a physically demanding course, there just isn't a way to take it easy on the route. Amazing [...]

2022-04-11T07:44:38-05:00April 11th, 2022|Rollfast Cycling|

Tucson Arizona Spring Camp, Ride Report

I just returned to snowy Indiana from another great trip out to Tucson Arizona with the Rollfast Cycling Club. This year we had representation from Florida, Texas, Illinois, Indiana, Colorado and brought two new members to their first ever RFCC camp! Upon arrival, we wanted to stretch the legs and did a quick ride [...]

The Climb | Finding Your True Purpose

We all struggle with doubt and a life that seems to sometimes fall short.  But what if your struggle is caused by something very simple.  Taking the wrong exit off your life's path interstate?  Did you simply get off the wrong exit?  Take a listen to this episode of The Chosen Path and decide for [...]

2022-01-28T18:12:22-05:00January 28th, 2022|Mental Health, Riders Corner|

Workout of the week

Well, I'm back in Indiana after 2 months of living in Clearwater Florida and the weather is... well... blah. I think I've ridden outside just one time since coming home which means it's time to load up the Zwift machine in my little pain cave. It's not the same as riding outside, but I've [...]

2021-12-28T17:36:23-05:00December 28th, 2021|Coaching, Partners|

4: The Chosen Path | The Power of Purpose

Episode 4 of The Chosen Path is about finding purpose.  Sometimes you have to go through what you think is the worst thing in order to find the best thing.In Episode 4, we are fortunate to talk to Tom Danielson, former World Tour Pro Cyclist.  Tom was a member of the Discovery cycling team during [...]

2021-12-16T16:58:20-05:00December 16th, 2021|Mental Health, Riders Corner|
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