Tag Archives: Travel

Health Warrior and Team Sixcycle at Worlds


Last weekend I teamed up with Health Warrior’s Austin Harris in Richmond, VA to check out the cycling scene in the city that will host the 2014 UCI World Championships. The ride started on some of my favorite roads, discovered while I attended the University of Richmond, after which we headed downtown to tackle the cobbles and climbs that will test the world’s ... Read More »

Exploring the Gunks


With the offseason in full swing the team has been spending a significant amount of time riding upstate, including two trips north to the Gunks. Corey Morenz recaps one such trip, with photos from a separate trip this past weekend by Photo Rhetoric. Riding in the Gunks by Corey Morenz After a superlative ride in the Gunks in 2012 with ... Read More »

Perfect Offseason


The season is spent trying to find perfection. The perfect food, the perfect position, the perfect wheels, the perfect interval, and the perfect recovery. As the season wears on it’s always clear that perfect is unobtainable. Then comes the offseason – a time spent on imperfect bikes, with imperfect weather, the imperfect effort, and certainly imperfect recovery but while surrounded ... Read More »

Girona Adventure Training


It started out as a whim With a looming job transition and a frequent flyer account overflowing with miles, this trip actually started as a seemingly random list of potential destinations – four of them to be precise, on four different continents. We quickly eliminated the mundane West Coast option, while Japan later fell off the list due to weather ... Read More »

Hamptons Singletrack


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Gateway Cup Race Report


It’s always special going home. But going home for four days of crit racing is tough to beat. After last year’s success at Gateway Cup, Labor Day in the Lou was always circled as the end of my 2014 road season. With work obligations and crashes reducing my fitness to a nearly non-existent level, on the bike expectations were low as I flew ... Read More »