Filed under: no one line
Loyal readers – I have a few of those, you know – will notice my decreasing frequency in posts. It’s spring – I’m out racing bikes, working two jobs, and working on the intricacies of life.
So I’ve decided to formalize some time off from writing No One Line, lest I leave anybody wondering.
I’ll leave you all with some parting thoughts.
- I think it’s pretty funny to be yelled at for not pulling through when my teammate is off the front. Of course I’m not going to work.
- Not everybody who wins a race is a sandbagger. Therefor, it’s stupid to call everyone who wins a race a sandbagger who should upgrade. But people persist on the illogical notion that the only winners are undeserving ones.
- On a recovery day a few weeks ago, I felt like I had something to prove, so I went and I rode up “my climb” over a minute faster than I had ever done before. This satisfies me that I’m making some progress. Pyramid intervals reinforce that. I”ve been trying to shock my legs to life.
- It’s been a really cool Spring Classics season.
- Something happened, and, I, uh, I think I’m a Cadel Evans fan. It feels strange to admit it, but lately I’ve been rooting for the guy!
- In amateur races, what’s the point of wheel support if they won’t pace you back to the field?
- In response to the search term that apparently brought one Internet User to this blog (“Was Marco Pantani a good sprinter?”): Marco Pantani was a climber.
I’ll be back – when I’m ready. In the meantime, make sure you balance miles per hour with smiles per hour.
5 Comments so far
Leave a comment