That’s the last time I listen to Mark Cuban for medical advice though, truth told, he wasn’t offering any.
I re-aggravated my back pain and had to sit (lay) out a second weekend of training, but it turned out that Mark Cuban may have diagnosed my injury.
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On February 16, 2019, I joined Team-in-Training LA Cycle Team for Week 2 of training for America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride in June to raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. This week’s ride started at the Los Angeles Zoo and took us through Burbank and Glendale, and up to the Griffith Observatory to magnificent views of the Hollywood sign and Los Angeles.
My first cycling vlog was *supposed* to be a cycling video about Team-in-Training LA Cycle Team’s first training ride, but practice was rained out and so I stayed home and baked SkratchLabs cookies instead.