“It’s not that hard, but it’s very hard! You can maybe totally do it!” – What I hear when people … More
Have you ever looked at strips of snow that run down a mountain in the distance and think, “that would be so sick to ride(!!!)”? But then that thought is followed by: (1) I don’t know how to drop into that line, or if you do know, then (2) I don’t know how to exit it in one piece.
If stumbled upon Up Down, All Around: Bikepacking Taiwan and you’re like, just tell me the high-level logistics and what … More
Enduro racing has always been on my mind since I started mountain biking 3 years ago. But throughout that time, I never felt ready. Every time I wanted to sign up for a race, fear would pop up in the form of an excuse for why I shouldn’t do it. It’s too hard. I won’t finish. I’ll finish last. It’s too expensive and far away. I have to wash my hair that weekend.
Teresa and I just wrapped up the last leg of our cities + snow journey in Japan and made it … More
Teresa and I are still working on our recaps of our Taiwan cycling adventures, but in the meantime we are … More
Tl;dr – We are going on an adventure! Scroll to the bottom if you just want to see our … More
My favorite pose in yoga is Shavasana, the corpse pose, where one lies sprawled on their back quite literally like a corpse and does nothing. It is very relaxing, soothing, and, despite the similarity in their names, has nothing in common with climbing Mt. Shavano, a 14er that tops out at 14,232 ft.
(Read in SNL Stefan voice) Colorado’s hottest casual spin on a weekend is the Rollins Pass trail. It follows the … More
Over the first weekend of June, I ran the Thelma and Louise Half Marathon in Moab. Besides a couple bubbly … More