Matt Tanner on February 12, 2024

Mental Fitness by Design

Today I saw a post in our clubs internal message board from a member that lives near Louisville KY. It really hit me and made me realize the impact our club has on people around the World by simply declaring we ride for “Mental Fitness“. Even though I haven’t got...
Read More >>
Matt Tanner on February 5, 2024

Always Forward

Since meeting Chris, my life has been a journey of dreams pursued, successes celebrated, and lessons learned. She’s been my compass, urging me to venture into the business world, explore new events, and push my fitness limits. In 2012, Chris’s encouragement led to the creation of Rollfast, initially envisioned as...
Read More >>
Matt Tanner on August 24, 2023

The Picture of Suicide

...
Read More >>
Matt Tanner on September 2, 2021

Transformation

Recently David Clark of the Rollfast Cycling Club shared his transformative experience since joining the club on September 1, 2017. Read below and check out the before and after shots! WOW. Yesterday, my daughter reminded me of where I was about 8 years ago, and sent me this photo. Besides...
Read More >>
Matt Tanner on January 3, 2021

The Power of Purpose

As I was working on forming my thoughts for this blog post about “purpose”, my phone buzzed with a Facebook notification. It was a tag from my teammate and close friend Josh Drake.  Below is his post: I did twice as many miles as last year! However, the miles weren’t...
Read More >>
Matt Tanner on December 27, 2020

Good Enough

If you know me at all you know that I’m a perfectionist. It runs in my family I would say, and I’ve been that way as long as I can remember. As a kid, I would build elaborate Lego creations following the instructions step by step to ensure that my...
Read More >>
Matt Tanner on December 13, 2020

The Stress is Real

Ah I can feel it coming on. Yep, a cold sore right on my upper lip. It’s the tell tell sign for me that I’m under a lot of stress. Over the last two weeks we’ve been without a vehicle in the shop, cancelled a trip, started a home renovation,...
Read More >>
Matt Tanner on November 29, 2020

Don’t Lose Your Dinosaur

One of my favorite movies is Step Brothers. It’s a story of two 40 year old men (Brennen and Dale) still living as children at home with their single parents. When their parents meet they become best friends and are eventually forced to “grow up” and become adults with jobs....
Read More >>