Thursday, February 24, 2005


A big thanks to jeff, for the support. I must say after reading Sloanes, report on the Old Pueblo race, I am impressed. Congrats to Sloane on his victory. It sounds very undesert like and epic. I mean epic in the sense of epic and out of this world hard. Much props to him.
Today was supposed to be a long day in the saddle, but I was far too tired and out of it to put in those hours, so I went to yoga, and then spent the rest of the day sitting outside a nice Mexican Restaurant and talking, on the phone, to my girlfriend in Seattle. Now I am at home after a decent, 1 1/2 ride getting ready to go to go pick up my Ritchey Breakaway bike and wool trainer. Not much else happening, just wonder how to attract more people to this site. Is my life not interesting? Let me know what more I need to do. My season keeps mutating as I add and subtract races, such is the bike racers life. I am trying to keep it sane this year so that I dont lose my mind mid season. My priority is to stay sustainable and to not use my car as much as possible. Cars bad, bike good.


Moishe said...

I don't have any definite hints about how to get site hits; having a link from Jeff Kerkove's site seems like a good start. Beyond that... I dunno. I enjoy reading ride & race reports from other riders; even more so from fellow singlespeed endurance riders, so you can count me as a regular visitor.

Dad said...

I've been reading now for several weeks. It's a great way to keep up on what's happening to you and what's important to you. I understand more now how you are relating your riding to the rest of your life. I don't really know much about zen, but maybe there are some similarities: focus and energy that unites the mental and the physical. Aside from that, it's a great way to tap into your life; I'm always still amazed at how much energy you have!