46,707 Miles of 2014

Twenty-fourteen. Tomorrow it's in the past, and a new year is before us. I'll continue writing "2014" on all my rent checks, probably until about May, once again. And damn, the Rio Games are just over a year away...EEEKKK. When I look back at what I've done this year, man...it's been pretty unbelievable. Take this … Continue reading 46,707 Miles of 2014

Stepping down from World Cup I and the 2014 Los Angeles Grand Prix

To start things off, I'd like to nip a couple of things in the butt. I'd like to address the numerous questions I've been asked regarding the world cup team that was selected for the first round of UCI track world cups in Guadalajara Mexico. I realize no announcement was made from USA Cycling on … Continue reading Stepping down from World Cup I and the 2014 Los Angeles Grand Prix

Looking Ahead…

In a few days, I'll be getting on a plane for my first trip to Rockhill, South Carolina, for the US Elite Track National Championships. Last year, I competed at the Elite Timed Nationals, and I skipped Mass start, for a chance to race over in Germany for two weeks, and then up to Canada … Continue reading Looking Ahead…

I Will Never Forget

Today, as we all know, is thanksgiving. It's the end of my 2013 cycling season, and a day that means a little more to me this year than any year before. Between the generous donations that I have received, the help getting my new track bike, and so on and so forth...my life has been … Continue reading I Will Never Forget

It’s Almost Here: Los Angeles Grand Prix

The world of cycling returns to the Velo Sports Center for three days this November.  Be there for this three day international cycling event featuring some of the world's greatest cycylists. Countries Competing USA Mexico Canada France Trinidad and Tobago Chile South Africa Suriname Venezuela Slovakia Columbia Race Schedule Friday, November 22 Session 1: 11AM … Continue reading It’s Almost Here: Los Angeles Grand Prix

Sena

Jeff Pyatt Christophe Le Lan Sky Christopherson Erika Fulk James Ernster Robert Walston Andrew Weathers Rick Crawford Amy Williams Jon Shapiro Marsha Bouchard Sheridian Bauman Tim Hall Laura Karl Felt Bicycles I have the most incredible people in my life. #neverforget

Beef, Broccoli, and Brownies: US Elite Timed National Championships

The best part about staying in a host house is having the ability to cook. Completely controlling what you are eating, and not having to worry about a thing. I was lucky enough to find a host house where we ended up house sitting a cat, (which is one of the easiest things I have … Continue reading Beef, Broccoli, and Brownies: US Elite Timed National Championships

Road Trip 3.1 : Elite Timed Nationals

Last year, the national championships were the pinnacle of my season. It was proposed to  be my last race of the year, before the next summer, and it was my one last shot to give it everything I had. And for that matter, I did. This year, we're on a whole new playing field, and … Continue reading Road Trip 3.1 : Elite Timed Nationals

Moving, A Race I Did, Eva, and a Photo Shoot.

Part 1: Moving Why are you moving? The question that continues to come and come without a sign of stopping. So, without further ado, let's look at the reasons... #1: Finances - Yes, I have a super fun, nice full/part-time position at a bike shop, I have a place to live, I have some support for … Continue reading Moving, A Race I Did, Eva, and a Photo Shoot.

International Extravaganza Numero Uno

It's arrived. Tomorrow I will getting my first stamp on my passport, traveling to my first international race, first Pan Am championships, first use of my UCI  license, and first time pinning a number to my very own US national team skinsuit. What more could a girl ask for? The lead up to this race … Continue reading International Extravaganza Numero Uno