An Unlikely Transformation: Sprinter to Endurance Gravel Cyclist

Transforming from a Road Sprinter to a Gravel Endurance Rider in less than 9 months can sound impossible. The goal can be achieved and here's the story.

Notes to Gravel Grinding Newbies

I am learn something new from every gravel expedition and I would like to share some notes to gravel grinding newbies!

Endangered: Group Training Rides

Many group training rides have dissolved into chaos. Is the group training ride endangered?

That’s a Wrap, 2016 – What’s Up for 2017?

Here's some of the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of 2016 - and a little bit of what's to come.

Zone 3… What’s Zone 3??

What's Zone 3??...I asked one day. Learn some useful insights into what the Zones are, why each are important, and why I asked such a silly question to start with...

The Balance Between Riding And Resting

RESTING is when the body repairs and builds muscle: not in the middle of a workout. This concept took many, many years to finally sink in to my thick skull.

Off-Season Switch Up

The cycling experts say ‘off-season’ is for consistent training verses an abandonment of strict discipline in favor of late mornings, leisurely base miles, and general enjoyment...well, darn.

The Keys to Competing in your 40’s

Let’s explore how women can compete later life (whatever ‘later’ means) and how you can do it too!

The Practical Side of a Bike Vacation

There’s nothing quite like a bike vacation and here's a few tips to alleviate the stress of how to get your bike where you are going...

Sweaty Betty: Cycling in Summer

Sweat is gross but key to summer cycling survival. What do cyclists need to replenish lost minerals after a sweaty ride?