With the COVID19 infection rate in the US still not under control, I bit the bullet and backed out of AMBBR-Take 2 in September which leaves no cycling events left on my calendar. So, what to do for the rest of the year?
What if we thought of COVID-19 as an endurance event?
One of the lessons I’ve learned through cycling is that to achieve a certain outcome, staying committed to your process is important, especially when you start to feel some adversity.
Ask not for whom the rear wheel spins
Out of an abundance of caution during the pandemic, I’ve spent the last two months spinning in my garage during our shelter-in-place order. Last night, I finally took my bike off the trainer to clean the chain and felt some emotions.
Milkha Singh, 90, is still flying
Indian track-and-field great Milkha Singh, the “Flying Sikh,” is 90 years old and still keeps up with staying fit, even during quarantine.
AMBBR, see you in September (hopefully)
America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride — my first charity event this year — has been cancelled. Team-in-Training has announced that we’re shifting to the Tour de Tahoe event in September. With events being cancelled, how are you keeping motivated to ride?