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Tag Archives: Cycling
The Mississippi River never disappoints when it comes to beautiful or just plain interesting scenery. Tonight – an amazing cotton candy blue and pink sunset. And this picture in no way captures the full beauty of this evening.
A quick update from the Yam City Triathlon. I decided after Rocketchix that I NEEDED to do one more tri this year, and a post on Claim Your Journey (Louisiana’s awesome running-focused blog) convinced me it needed to be Yam … Continue reading
One of the best things about Rocketchix 2012 was this sticker I received at the finish line along with my medal (and a drinking glass). I put the sticker on my car before I even left the parking lot. I’m … Continue reading
Rocketchix in 2012 was a fabulous race! Not only is it a well-run and organized event, but I crushed most of my goals for this tri! My training has been haphazard to say the least, a few bricks here, very … Continue reading
Great weekend! Friday night was all about celebrating a friend’s new dream job. There was champagne and amazing food – short ribs, lamb carpaccio, popcorn with rosemary, a cheese plate, pomme frites, croque monsieur and an amazing chocolate torte at … Continue reading
Did Not Start… That was me this Sunday. I was supposed to be in Gretna at the Bridgeman 104 duathlon. Instead, I was curled up in bed, sleeping late and resting a sore knee. Rewind – About a week after … Continue reading
The title of this post was my reaction to my first bike/run brick since last October and the hashtag to my workout tweet. Man, do bricks suck… To rewind a bit…. After at least five people told me during Wednesday … Continue reading
Sunset over University Lake. Beautiful night to #BikeBR, but I could feel every minute of three days of yard work (Sat. – Sun.) plus a big swim/run workout Tuesday.
Seen on my bike ride tonight: the Mississippi River Bridge in Baton Rouge and the final rays of the sunset. Also seen on my ride: lots of bugs in my eyes. I didn’t start riding until last summer (less than … Continue reading