That One Time at Track Camp

It wasn't long ago that Bobby Lea and I were driving through the Chula Vista Olympic Training Center, completing our medical exams for the UCI Bio Passport, where I got an email inviting me to an invite only US Track Sprint Camp in Colorado Springs. And it wasn't long ago that I was in Colorado … Continue reading That One Time at Track Camp


Track Camp: GO

Today is the first day of our USA Cycling National Track Sprint Team Camp, and also the USA Cycling Talent I.D. Camp here in Colorado Springs. Doesn't feel any different for those of us who live here, but it's nice to see some familiar faces walking around the training center. Friday night I prepared myself … Continue reading Track Camp: GO

I Finally Got My Winter

Winter in California mostly consists of clouds, some rain, and 50 degree weather. While people are walking around in their shorts and ugg boots, I found myself loosing my Minnesota skin and bundling up like it was -30, when realistically, in Minnesota, I'd still be running in a tank and shorts. It didn't feel like … Continue reading I Finally Got My Winter

I moved again. Whoops.

It has happened. I'm back living in the lovely state of Colorado. First time I ever set foot in COS was for a USA Cycling women's national road talent I.D. camp in second summer riding. It was at this camp, that we were supposed to have some track time, but unfortunately it never happened. … Continue reading I moved again. Whoops.

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

Part 1: Moving Why are you moving?┬áThe 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.