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I first met Daniel Gade, a true American Hero in Colorado Springs back in 1999 when our families were attending the same church. A remarkable athlete and man of…Continue
First of all, thank you to those who responded to my blog. I appreciate the suggestions as well as encouragement.
Last week was a great wake up call for me both regarding my dieting habits and physical condition.…
10 years and still running strong!
Come join us during the GOG 10 mile race weekend for special vendors, clinics, food and music! Plus pick up your packet for the race on Sunday the 13th!
FRIDAY 6/11's Vendor/clinic/food line-up includes; Garmin, SkirtSports/Handful, The Flow of Mexico Authentic Mexican Cuisine, Moving Comfort, Hammer, Lisa Rainsberger/Tami…
Added by The Colorado Running Company on May 30, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments
I had over 2000 miles in my legs by October of 2009. Maybe not a lot of miles by some standards, but for me it was plenty. I had spent the first 1000 miles getting ready to ride the Kokopelli Trail in April, 2009. I rode Falcon Trail a lot - it’s my lunch time ride. I rode Palmer Park. I rode bike paths to get to Palmer Park. I rode bike paths to get to other bike paths.
During that year I rode a lot with a buddy who rode a single speed 29er.…Continue
A team of exceptional athletes, many of whom are injured Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, have departed from the Golden Gate Bridge on World T.E.A.M. Sports’ longest bike trek across America - Sea to Shining Sea. The mission of the ride is to honor the courage of our service men and women, the strength of the American spirit, and challenge perceptions of how we view…Continue
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Ok, it is no secret that I am fat. As a matter of fact, I have become more man than my wife originally married. I didn't realize that the ring around my finger would eventually be joined by the ring around my waist. I went from a sub 20-minute 5k runner before marriage to a sub 20-minute miler 20 years later.
Let's face it. I am too chubby to boogie. I'd like to boogie but I am much too fat. I am tired of saying excuse me, large belly…
Around 6 on Tuesday nights, friends and family know where to find you: downtown, breezing through a 5K with the Jack Quinn's Running Club (jackquinnsrunners.com) and
then downing a discounted Odell pint up against Quinn's bar as sweat
drips down your back.
We're certainly not telling you to stop this ritual, but did you know you can run (and drink) almost every day of the week?…Continue
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There. I made it. Three days to ride the Kokopelli Trail. On a singlespeed, mind you. It was hard, but not as hard as the first time. Or the second, really. The first, I was out of shape, and out of my element. On the second trip, I was definitely in shape physically. Mentally, I think the trail still had me. It didn't help my friend got knocked out on the first morning - we'd trained together for 5 months for this. I was a little…Continue
Added by Ryan Kohler on May 18, 2010 at 7:10pm — No Comments
Food is abundant, yet our country starves for true…Continue
Added by Theresa Hazelton on May 18, 2010 at 8:52am — No Comments
Summit Cycling Productions, in conjunction with the city of Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak Highway, announced today plans for the inaugural Assault on the Peak bicycle ride this summer. Scheduled for Sunday, August 29, the 2010 Assault on the Peak will provide cycling enthusiasts with the opportunity to ascend America’s most famous mountain. The 18.5-mile route promises to be one of the most challenging in the world for an organized cycling…Continue
Added by Theresa Hazelton on May 18, 2010 at 8:44am — No Comments
Lap length is now at 4 miles for next Saturday's Palmer Park mtb race! Trails in great shape.
Race information at www.sandcreeksports.com
Added by Andy Bohlmann on May 16, 2010 at 5:01pm — No Comments