As I pulled up into the Wyoming High School parking lot all I saw was a lot of kids jumping around with excitement. They were getting ready for the Fifth Third Jr. Riverbank Run. I unloaded my bike and pedaled over to the track. The excitement from the kids and parents was vibrating and infectious.
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Being my first year with Team Priority Health, it’s so far been a transition full of fun, meeting lots of great people, and a little teasing from my friends on my old team. But the coolest thing I have experienced is that just because you ‘change colors’ doesn’t mean you lose friends, in fact my cycling family is [...]
Its that time of year where we are all excited to get into the open water and give the lap swimming a bit of a break. Here are a few tips for staying safe:
Second race of the year complete!! A huge thank you to coach mark Olson for his guidance and motivation without which I would be on the couch or maybe cutting the lawn once per week. Hard to believe Mark and I have been working together this month for over 6 years. First , I was [...]
OOHHHHH wait, found it! First win on the mountain bike for 2013 but still searching for a Gold Card at Starbucks… 21 points away
If you’re a regular reader of the TPH blog, by now you’ve gotten the gist of what happened at last Saturday’s team training ride in Boyne. If not, read on.
The Queen’s Day Criterium in Holland, MI was my first ever road event. It was a great success but it wouldn’t have been so if it weren’t for the knowledge and support of my teammates.
I had no idea what I was in for when I arrived at the Boyne Valley Lodge on Friday night to start the Team Priority Health weekend. Being new to the team this year, I was really looking forward to my first group ride with some of the men and women on the team.
As several riders have already posted, some of the Team Priority Health Masters and Women riders had quite an adventure this past weekend up north during a team ride. Beautiful country side, great roads, and great company made the ride completely worth it. The weather? Not so much.
Did you know that the Grattan Training race series has been around for 34 years?