2nd at the Lumberjac...

This past weekend marked the 10th anniversary of the Lumberjack 100, one of my favorite NUE’s as it’s fast, lapped to make it easy to figure out nutrition and of course is followed up by some cold local brews. The lack of any major climbs makes it super awesome for the single speed...

3 races and a clavic...

So here it is, finally a new post after a long blogging break. After the NUE, I decided to head west on training trip to Moab. It was awesome, it was hard, the weather was perfect. On the last day we were riding Porcupine, a trail that everybody in the world told me about how cool it was...

3rd at True Grit

A few days late, but here goes – my recap of the True Grit 100. Arrived into town with Gerry a few days early to the event, flew out of Pittsburgh to make travel easier to meet up and as luck would have it, beat out the last of the winter storms blasting into Ohio.  The Ohio winter has...

2nd Single Speed at ...

And finally – my write up on both Shenandoah and the Fools Gold NUE races…. With two races left in the NUE, it was time to concentrate and focus my efforts. What started as experiment back into single speed racing at the beginning of the season started into an obsession, which is...

dnf at the New Hamps...

It’s been a week past the New Hampshire 100 and it’s officially time to post about it and get on to the next two NUE’s. What had started as a chance to grab a great finish only ended up in frustration 22 miles in. The race had started out fast on the flat rolling sections...

4th singlespeed at t...

This past weekend was the Wilderness 101, here’s how things went down. Typical freak out over what gear to run came early in the week where I debated about a 33×19, a 32×18 and a 34×19. Deciding to go all in, I went with the bigger gear hoping to stay with the main group...