Back to Racing: 3 Things to Remember
Diamond in the Rough: Preston Cates
Fast Times at Peterson Ride Rumble - Sisters, Oregon
3 Peaks SF
Bay Area Cycling
Behind the Lens
Big Sur International Marathon
Big Sur Marathon
Chicago Lakefront Trail
cycling how to
Dirt Rag Magazine
Fastest Known Time
Golden Gate Bridge
Happy New Year
Ice Age Trail
La Cumbre Peak
Los Padres National Forest
man's best friend
Missing and Murdered Indigeious Women
Montaña de Oro
The Little Things
photos: Kim Reierson Believe it or not, I actually don't go to the gym (except for the occasional sauna/hot tub/rainy SB day treadmill...
Thoughts from a ride
photos: Jordan Clark Haggard It took about 801 days to build some confidence back, but I do have some fun cycling related stuff in the...
Back to Big Sur in 2020
The Los Padres National Forest and more specifically Big Sur, has played host to some of my greatest endurance challenges over the last...
the morning shakeout podcast #73
Super excited to be on my first ever podcast! The tables were turned and I got to ask the host, Mario Fraioli, listener submitted...
4 Nutrition Tips For The Traveling Athlete
Traveling makes it challenging to stay on top of a healthy diet, plain and simple. If we’re being completely honest though, travel also...
Another Great Year: 2018
2018 is the year I added a second dog to the family, Luna. Despite his initial hesitation, Leo loves her dearly as do I. I became a...
108th Dipsea: Sweet & Savory, But Always Hungry For More
When you dream about something for long enough and you finally put in the work to set yourself up for the best possible chance at...
Dreaming of a Dipsea Dynasty
First held in 1905, The Dipsea Race is the longest running trail race in America. Stretching 7.4 miles from Mill Valley to Stintson...
UnTapped Athlete Interview
I sat down with my friend Ted King to talk about my foray into running, maple syrup & other fun stuff for this UnTapped Maple athlete...
The Ride That Hooked Me For Life
I I remember the day well, boarding the number four bus in Mill Valley destined for San Francisco and there were actual seats available....
Exploring Montaña de Oro with Pacific Coast Trail Runs
Nestled just to the south of the small Central Coast hamlet of Los Osos is Montaña de Oro State Park, or "Mountain of Gold" the name born...
mid (race) week, random rest day musings
Running slowly has a meditative effect on me. The sights, the sounds of everything around - I love to take it all in. I always run w/o...
How To: Stay Motivated this Winter & Avoid Cycling Burnout
Brrr, baby it’s cold...how can I stay motivated to train? Rain, snow, sleet, hail, sub-zero temperatures...who could ever find the...
rabbit Road Trip: Cowboy Country
“Do you know how to get there?” Kris asks me with a sly smile 10-minutes into our trip, heading south towards the City of Angels... Read...
Essay: The Joy of Mountain Biking With Your Dog
Climbing the steep pitches, he’s faster than me. Four-wheel (er, leg) drive naturally makes it easier. When the trail flattens and turns...
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