Joe to Pro Cycling

In 2009 I'd been inactive for 8 years, had just turned 30, weighed 240 lbs and had enough. This blog is the journey of starting brand new in the sport of cycling, regaining fitness and aiming to compete in the Elite ranks of Amateur racing.

Current Weight: 180 lbs

Road Cat: 2

Cyclocross Cat: 2


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    Mixing up my first batch of @skratchlabs rice cakes. We will see how it goes!

    Watching @JeremyPowers Cross Camp on my iPad in the cycling man cave, putting training together for the week, doing cycling laundry, and more.


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    more of this!!!l


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    Dirt roads - give me more dirt roads!

    Pre-ride breakfast: English muffin, jelly, over easy egg on cooked ham and cheese - coffee. Lets do this!



    Right before sunset, after seven hours of riding, I sneaked in under some barbwire, crawled over an enclosed pasture, over a field, across a slope and there it was. The most amazing stealth camping spot ever visited by man. Just in time for the sunset. I pitched the tent, cooked a nice meal, had coffee, Swiss chocolate and some Bourbon. On the other side of the valley I heard the cowbells that eventually cradled me to sleep. This is how life should be at its worst.

    (via bicycleculture)

    Stop using your “body type” as an excuse to stay overweight - especially in the US. Being fit is half, being in a healthy shape/weight is just as important to true health.


    Start your Day the Right Way & Cycle to Work!

    Create the change you want to see. Do it OKC.

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