From the monthly archives:

May 2008

43m: Chasing the rabbit

May 20, 2008

I rode my bike to Torrey Pines State Park today with the intention of doing 5 repeats up the hill (inside the park) and to break my personal record on the first ascent. It’s kind of fun declaring to yourself that you’re going to break a PR. Like a Babe Ruth moment – pointing to […]

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At the crossroads

May 18, 2008

There are three course options at the San Diego Century. You can ride a 37, 66, or 103 mile course. The way the course is laid out, everyone starts together and at some point, the 37-milers take a right while the rest continue on. Later on, the 66-mile course turns right while the 103 continues. […]

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82m: San Diego Century

May 17, 2008

Team Climb On! rode the San Diego Century yesterday to support the Challenged Athletes Foundation. It is the mission of the Challenged Athletes Foundation to provide opportunities and support to people with physical disabilities so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics. The Challenged Athletes Foundation believes that involvement in sports […]

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Bike to Work Day

May 16, 2008

Today is bike to work day. There are a ton of activities going on across the nation encouraging people to stop driving and start cycling. And even though I work from home, I decided to join in and bike to work too. It sure is a lot harder getting up the stairs than it looks. […]

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Poor David Millar

May 15, 2008

Imagine for a moment that you’re a pro-cyclist racing in the Giro d’Italia. You’ve spent the entire day (100+ miles) in a 5-man breakaway. It’s the last kilometer of the race and it looks like you’ve got the best legs. Then your chain breaks. Poor David Millar.

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