Bicycle Riding Adventure Recap – 17 March 2012

Went to do Wells Ave with the rest of the MetLife – NorEast Team. Wells Ave was cancelled, so we rounded up other disappointed people and we did two laps(ish) of “Tuesday Night Worlds”.

Observations of riding in Boston suburbs vs. New Hampshire:

  • Family in a car drove by us, kids in back rolled the window down and yelled “THE ROAD IS FOR CARS”. Good luck raising your asshole kids, parents!
  • Rode by some little kids in a yard, playing, who waved at us and we waved back. At the same moment, a dude in a Highlander drove past us in the other direction, sunroof open, middle finger displayed for us (and the little kids.

Drivers are way nicer in New Hampshire. Boston can keep the nightlife, things to do and total asshole drivers. I like open, friendly roads and having nothing to do!

Commute Communique – March 8 2012

My commute was interesting for the first time in a whole. Thus, a commute communique.

  • I got yelled at three times – once by Dylan, once by Collin Huston, and once by a (potentially) angry stranger. Dylan and Collin were pleasant.
  • I rode home in shorts and a short sleeve jersey. Yes!
  • I rode 112 miles today.
  • Bikes continue to be the raddest machines ever.


I’m all up in the front page of the Charles Coaching site.

This is interesting because:
1. My legs look awesome.
2. This was taken at the Portsmouth Crit when I was in a break with Aidan.  A few laps later, I SMOKED HIM for a $100 prime.  It was great.
3. Aidan looks sad because he doesn’t have an amazing beard, like I do.

Thanks to Hunter for FEEDING MY EGO.