Hey everyone. I am moving on to a new phase of life, and have started a new blog. You can find it here. “What About Everything?” has really lived up to its name. So full of stuff from my past. I’ll carry all that love and experience with me on the road ahead.

Band of Horses

Notes from the weekend.

Eating a cheeba chew post ride feels really good.

Driving through Leominster State Forest is freakin’ beautiful.

Some good memories of staying at Taylor’s house for bike races

My third Purgatory Road Race was super hot and brutal. Race datas can be found here

Stopped to see Tony and took some pictures with my new camera.

#newglasses

#newglasses

New race kit?

New race kit?

"In 2008, health care costs stemming from obesity were estimated to be $147 billion. By 2030, 42% of Americans are projected to be obese, with costs for health care at $550 billion. One in three adults making $15,000 or less is obese. What happens when they’re rushed to the hospital and can’t pay their bill? The government pays for it. And by government, I mean taxpayers. Today, hospitals are left with up to $49 billion in unpaid bills, and the government — or rather we — pick up 75% of that tab"

— The full article is found on CNN

The sun is wild and just in front of you.

The sun is wild and just in front of you.

So good. A part of the world untouched by humans. The music is awesome too.

Damn this rain, take me back to the beach!

Damn this rain, take me back to the beach!

Bella and I went to Philly at just the right time last year. This weekend the race has been shortened to a mere 112 miles (ha) and there is not a single UCI Pro Team registered and no Jerry Casale. We got to see it in its final glory