If you google bike safety, you will find a lot of articles that give advice on how to ride safely. Like – wearing helmets, wearing visible clothing, using hand signals, etc. There is even a good article to help understand how
Even before I signed up for Augusta 70.3 Half Ironman Triathlon, I loved swimming and I’ve always turned to it when I’ve not been able to run. My problem is – I am very very very slow. Nothing surprising here.
If there was a ever a Bike 101 class, this would be it for me! After the series of falls from the bike last week, Mike offered to watch me on the bike to figure out what I was doing
At the end of 2013, I summed it up as – A bit of everything (running, yoga, crossfit, triathlon), a bit of focus lost and regained (running goals defined), a new love gained (triathlon and crossfit) and an old love reclaimed (running!). And so
Need I say more? I will be swimming 1.2 miles, biking 56 miles and then running 13.1 miles at Augusta, GA – all hopefully within 8.5 hours. Who else is registered/planning to register? Want to follow along as I train for
My Little Miss FauxTriathlete (8) is in training! She had her first “group training” for the kids triathlon and it focused on the bike. Specifically, how to pass another person on a bike. She has been riding for a grand
This is a race report that shouldn’t have been written at all. This was a race that wasn’t planned to happen and certainly not trained to race. But faced with a last minute entry from one of the sponsors, I