Not that there’s anything to be ashamed about, being 25-30lbs (or 65lbs) overweight. Life happens. Take a look around, most people are overweight. I’m not happy with it though and that’s the part that matters, happiness.
The seasons bring with them a type of hindsight enlightenment for me, a lesson never learned. Every September I want for the cooler temperatures that October may bring and even begin to loathe the fierce Colorado sun.
I figured that its time for an update (and more to come) and that we should certainly include our Southeast sister group T.A.M.P.A.. Let’s dive right in. I’ll include the more human insights into the numbers to show you the broader picture. Enjoy and thank you for everything that you do.
These clouds come in waves, always have, as long as I can remember. A constant reminder that storms lay in wait amongst the vast blue sky. This is just how some of us live.
I moved here for an upscale outdoorsy lifestyle and I’ve hardly seen a single G-Wagon.
We want it to happen faster, but one thing we’ve learned for sure is that it won’t happen if we’re not making it happen. Every time we let our feet off the proverbial gas pedal, progress comes to a halt.
This year, Colorado’s own “Resident Bad Ass” Chris Plesko returned to tame the beast and be the first to finish the 200 mile course on a single speed fatty. An absolutely grueling task and amazing accomplishment!
Betsy is back with some musings about self improvement, racing and her year in general!
Maybe a more thorough understanding of an ambiguous word will help us find more of it.
We mountain bikers are no strangers to this emotion, it's a part of the fabric of our hobby. A necessary ingredient.
I do feel that we've accepted a large dose of mediocrity in trade for many small tastes of improvement.
I imagine you in a top hat, with a cane and ocular looking like a tan tire wall riding Mr. Peanut. Cool...
Anne talks a bit about her quiver and the potential that one might do it all.
" its not much of an actual festival"
Dropping every obstacle like I owned it. Take that! You don't scare me!
I was sitting back and not doing a single thing to change the very same complaints that I shared with so many others.
Newbie notes from an amazing female FRMB rider!
Horns High Mountain Biking gives us a visitors perspective on an old favorite!