Life is such a funny thing. As children we dream of growing up and becoming doctors, lawyers, fire fighters, and even professional athletes. Then we struggle through the awkwardness of puberty, adolescence, and trying to fit in with the cool kids. High school swings around and next thing you know you're off to college or your first full time job. For the majority of my life, I did what I was "supposed" to do. Go to college, graduate, get a job. But for whatever reason, I found myself having to make unexpected course corrections along the way.
From the sand pits, barriers, donut hole hand ups, and off camber turns - my first season of cyclocross was definitely a fun and memorable one!
A wise and funny friend of mine recently told me, when you turn 40 - it's like you have one foot out the door. Given the life expectancy of humans has increased over the years, it's not uncommon for someone to live well into their 80s. But say if life ended at 80 years old, … Continue reading One Foot Out the Door