5 Leadership Lessons From a 100 Mile Bike Ride

Leading with Trust Yesterday I completed my first “century” (100 miles) bike ride…101.38 miles to be exact, but who’s counting? I took up cycling as a casual hobby a couple of years back, riding 10-30 miles at a time. Wanting to ride faster and farther, I purchased my first road bike 7 months ago and…

HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY 

Thank you to all military families for sharing your loved ones with us (the rest of the world ). They died so we could live. So give thanks to them that gave everything for us.  Thanks Wikipedia for all the information below.    Open main menu  Last edited 2 hours ago by Garfield Garfield Memorial…

The Return of Peter The Great?

Originally posted on The Massif Central Blog:
Rumours of the career demise of one of the most powerful riders in the pro peloton proved to be unfounded last week as Peter Sagan finally managed to break an interminable sequence of near-misses and fashion a couple of incredible just-wins instead. With margins that would be more…

What does it really mean to age as an athlete?

Originally posted on We Run and Ride:
It’s an interesting problem trying to figure out what to expect (or not expect) as you age as an athlete. See, the idea of aging is both a reality and a mindset. We have no control over the fact that we grow older in years. Yet we can…