May 13th, 2017 It was the first 3hr race of the year this weekend – Knowing I didn’t have any other races planned, I signed up a few weeks back. I’d never been to the Ft. Yargo State Park, so
May 6th, 2017 The Pisgah Mountain Bike Adventure Race, an experience for only the bravest, daring to fight the elements of #thepisgah. Racers in teams of two, arrive at the start line with no idea of the day’s route. At
April 30th, 2017 This past weekend full-filled an emptiness I’d had for almost 2 months.. no XC races! The last was The Knot, at the beginning of April. After that was prep for the Stage Race. Then the Stage Race.
April 13th, 2017 My delayed posting to sum up the final days of the Pisgah Stage Race resembles my exhaustion and need for precious extra sleep. I really had all intentions of writing a detailed timeline of my adventures, successes,
April 12th, 2017 Much happier with how I felt during stage 2, compared to 1. After dinner last night, Chris, Nat (my camping mate), and myself were still craving carbs after dinner.. Which led us to Pescado’s. A local
April 11th, 2017 Today is where it all begins; Stage 1. Getting here I rolled into Brevard on Sunday. Enough time to setup camp and get settled in for the week. Last night we had the initial racers meeting.
March 31st, 2017 So, you want to race a Stage Race? You’ve already determined a number of things about yourself: You love biking You don’t mind riding multiple days consecutively You enjoy hanging out with cool dudes talking about suspension
March 20th, 2017 Pisgah… The one word that raises the hair on my arm. Thoughts of screaming down Bennett; grinding up Clawhammer; and fighting armpump on Black Mountain stream through my head all week. It’s training season and about time for
March 5th, 2017 “Turn left onto Poinsett State Park Road” “Stay on Poinsett State Park Road for 3 miles” Stomach. Butterflies. Nervous. — I never get like this. It’s the first race of the Southern Classic Series and we’re back racing
December 4th, 2016 This is the time of year for holiday parties, ugly sweaters, and holiday themed races! Cranksgiving is for Thanksgiving; and Rudolph’s Rampage is for Christmas! What a better way to end the calendar year than with a local race