The view from the top of Plattekill, NY. Some sweet singletrack descending awaits my Specialized Epic
I had a great start sitting well in the top fifteen. I was so glad to make it past the pavement and onto the dirt unscathed. I sat in the top fifteen for the majority of the race floating back a bit as the laps ticked away. It was a bit conservative but I think that's exactly what I needed to do. Finish and finish well. I had one crash where I flew head first into a crowd of spectators. The french were awesome. They picked up my bike and me from the awkward position and got me going again. One crash was a really solid performance in a race that saw countless crashes. I ended up in sixteenth and I finished with a relieved smile on my face.
Thank you so much for all of my support and the cheers sent my way. I wouldn't have this opportunity without it. THANK YOU.
Fingers and toes crossed,
Training with my sister, Sabe, in Vermont. So happy
Jojo and I visited our friend, Schreib, and her pygmy goats on her farm. I'm sold.
My surprise Vermont birthday party. The ideal Vermont evening and lawn for some croquet
On second thought, the lawn needed some cutting. My croquet game face
Surprise Birthday Party! Awesome!