The Crusher is over.
A lot. Actually.
But before I can dive into preparing for the Point 2 Point and some of the lead-in races (USCS #4, Mt. Ogden 50k) I’ll be riding in, I need to catch my breath. I’ve been enjoying some really mellow riding over the last 10 days. But I am starting to crave the focus and intensity of training again. And that’s a good thing. Late July and early August can be a tiresome, worn out time of year. But so far, I’ve not experienced any of that fatigue. Not in earnest. I did have a small bout with ‘cross fever, but it was nothing that a few days at higher altitudes, surrounded by primrose and snow-fed lakes, couldn’t cure. Of course, I am excited about cyclocross season. But right now is right now. And right now I want to ride singletrack.
I’m taking a little breather from blogging as well. I’ve been busy with some work and freelance writing projects, and so this space has been a little neglected. But don’t worry, I’ll be back soon enough. Frankly, you’ve probably enjoyed the hiatus more than I have. After all, there’s only so much introverted self-analyzation one can read, right?
In the meantime, I suggest heading out into the heat of summer and riding your bike.
That’s what I’m going to do.
See you soon.