What We Share
A few weeks ago, I was watching a client at a CX race. My kids were fascinated by riders splashing through puddles and grinding through mud. “Why don’t you ride in the mud, Daddy?” they asked me.
To be honest, my preference for road cycling comes down to a few basics.
- I don’t like cleaning up mud
- I love the rhythm, speed, and fluidity of asphalt
In our latest book excerpt, we dig into what we share as a cycling species. You can check it out by heading over to our blog, or catch a short preview below.
The following is an excerpt from an upcoming book on technology, distraction, and why training simply is the most effective way to improve your cycling.
“Hold to the now, the here, through which all future plunges to the past” – James Joyce
My best days on the bike always leave me captive to the present. Focused effort clears my distracted mind, and I’m confronted with the truth that every moment in time contains the entirety of my life. Nothing else matters, only the here and now.
Data Driven Athlete