Race Report

My 1st Cyclocross Race – COMPLETE!

31 Dec , 2013  

I couldn’t think of a better way to end 2013 with a totally new experience! Cyclocross has always been on my list of things to dabble in during the offseason – and so I raced the Long Island Cyclocross event in Nissequogue State Park. This event is hosted by Kreb Cycle, one of the bike […]

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I have never been this dirty

23 Dec , 2013  

When the snow melts, so does the yucky rock salt (and sand) that is used to clear the roads. Long Island uses some sort of sand mixture in their snow clearing efforts. Thus, our Mineola Bicycle Club ride this past Saturday was an epic, non drafting, sandfest! Frank and I rode 75 miles, mostly on […]

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Let it Snow, Again!

14 Dec , 2013  

New York City is getting hit with snow again, and this time it’s a forecasted 3 to 6 inches! Although I won’t be going out on the road or TT bike, this gives me an opportunity to spice up my base training with mountain biking. This is all made possible through my friend Ken, who […]

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USA Cycling License

12 Dec , 2013  

I will be doing a handful of cycling races in 2014. One reason is to upgrade my status from a Category 5 to a Category 4. And another reason is to have fun while racing with my teammates from Mineola Bicycle Club. Our next big race is the Tour of Battenkill on April 4&5. That’ll […]

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Blog Post,Training

Let it snow!

10 Dec , 2013  

    Doing a VO2 Max cycling workout while watching Red 2. The snowy background was a pleasant addition to the training. I can get used to this view! Hopefully it’ll snow more. My replacement mountain bike wheels are in transit. Can’t wait to get on the trails.  

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Happy Thanksgiving! – Looking Back, 2013.

28 Nov , 2013  

There are so many things that I am thankful for. The ones that are on top of my list goes to the unending support of my family & friends throughout my journey into triathlon. thank you for listening to my unending talk about training thank you for not judging me when I ate double meals […]

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