Cab 1: Sasha 0

There is nothing like the sound of carbon fibre hitting the pavement. The hollow clunk as your bike and you go crashing down. Yesterday while out doing a training ride I was side… Continue reading

I was Born To Run…

Here’s the good news, so were you. I recently finished Chris McDougall’s book, Born to Run, where he tells the story of the birth of running and a hidden tribe, superhuman athletes,  and… Continue reading

Ontario Bike Summit 2012

On April 25th I had the opportunity to attend day 2 of the 2012 Ontario Bike Summit. I had to put a slide together for my cycling user group at work. Below is… Continue reading

Paris To Ancaster

Paris to Ancaster. P2A. 60km of gravel, paved and dirt roads, rail trail and singletrack. A few weeks of sunshine, blue skies and dry weather before race day, which meant it was going… Continue reading

MultiSport Canada Recharge With Milk Development Team – I made the team!

In January of this year the Multisport Recharge with Milk Triathlon and Duathlon series announced it’s interest to form a development team for up-and-coming Ontario athletes. Entries, mentoring, coaching, and a racing jersey… Continue reading

Look Who’s Wearing Yellow!

Every Tuesday and Thursday morning I head out with the Morning Glory Cycling Club for a little torture! We ride out along our two main routes and then do some hill repeats or… Continue reading

Good Friday Road Race: OCup #1

Friday was my initiation to the Ontario Road Racing Circuit. At 6:30 I loaded into the car and headed out to the Flamborough Speedway for the Road OCup #1, the Good Friday Road… Continue reading

Getting Ready for the Competition Season: Strengthen Your Core

People often say the secret to a successful relationship is to have a strong and solid foundation. It’s an engineering thing, the key to building a good structure, be it a house, a… Continue reading

I confess, I ride on the Sidewalk

I posted this earlier on my Sustainable Transportation blog … Not always, just sometimes. Mostly at busy intersections where it feels like buses, cars and motorbikes are standing on top of each other.… Continue reading

Early Season Long Rides

My ski season ended abruptly. Summer descended upon Southern Ontario for about two weeks. Days on end we saw record highs, temperatures reaching the low to mid 20’s(C) (around the 70F mark). While… Continue reading