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I love being outside and active. I've personally competed in everything from a 5k run to an Ironman triathlon. I've dabbled in mountain bike racing and hope to race my road bike a bit more these next few years, and give the sport of cyclocross a try as well.
My passion (and my job!) is to help others do the same.
Learn more about my coaching here: NEO Endurance Sports & Fitness.
During the warmer months (April-September) I lead a Friday evening no-drop ride from Cafe Velo. I
I hope to swim, bike, and/or run with you soon!
Do you ride a bike? Would you like to ride for a great cause?
I'd like you invite you (yes, you! All of you reading this here in the Pikes Peak region, or anywhere for that matter!!) to join my team (Team 303) for the 2015 edition of the Colorado Bike MS, taking place June 27-28, 2015.
Why? Because in May of 2014, I got diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). And chances are you know someone who has MS, even if they haven’t told you…Continue
Posted on January 17, 2015 at 8:52am
I haven't posted here in a while... I kept meaning to but life got a bit crazy (once race season starts, I'm a very busy coach!)
Regarding my hip surgeries, I'm mostly recovered and am starting to walk/jog again. Hooray!
To catch up on that and maybe be a little inspired (that's the goal anyway), check out the interview I did with Scott Jones at Athlete On Fire.
And once high school cross country season…Continue
Posted on September 24, 2014 at 6:20pm
The first weekend in May has become the weekend for the Tri-Lakes Time Trial and a Gran Fondo, both sponsored by Cafe Velo. The local master's race team, Rotor Bike/CP Racing, a local masters race team, organizes the time trial, and based on the comments from participants it's one of the best organized around (if not the best.)
For anyone not familiar with the Time Trial format, it's a bike race against the clock. Riders are released from the start at specific intervals (in…Continue
Posted on May 5, 2014 at 12:55pm
In a couple days as I write this it will be 3 weeks since my second hip surgery to repair a torn labrum.
I wrote about my recovery from the first hip earlier this year. Partway through that rehab my other hip started to shout out in a mild fury, and it turns out that one was injured, too. So the quickest way to get back to action is to fix it. So I went under…Continue
Posted on April 15, 2014 at 5:30pm