That is what my morning commute on the NJ Turnpike looks like these days. We’re all sick of snow in my neck of the woods. My friend Roy hasn’t ridden a bike since 2010 and it’s almost February 2011. I haven’t ridden in two weeks and have a total of three rides outside for 99 […]
I am a lover of lists. Maybe it has to do with listening in high school to Casey Kasem’s “American Top 40 Countdown” every week or my religious tracking of New York Met batting averages in the daily New York Post. One of the joys of having a power meter is that you have a […]
Here is my training plan for 2011, culminating (I hope) in a below 90 hour finish in Paris Brest Paris on August 25th:
I hope you can read the scanned copy. Maybe it will make more sense to you if you read the description that follows first.
I always write the plan in pencil on a sheet […]
It being a cold, snowy afternoon, with my bike safety shuttered away in the garage, I thought to myself, what better way to while away the time then by writing about two of my favorite subjects: climbing hills on a bike and thinking about statistics.
Having a power meter demystifies some of climbing. The software allows […]