I often get asked what I am up to now, and more importantly, what is next. That’s the big question…I’m still riding 200-300 miles a week, because, let’s face it, I love to ride my bike. I am lucky to be able to keep doing what I love (even if it is no longer my profession) with training, a little racing, and some speaking engagements thrown in for good measure. I am continuing to deal with ongoing respiratory issues that limit what I can really do on the bike, but I’m always optimistic that a curative medical solution is just around the corner. So don’t be surprised if one day down the road, you see me out there mixing it up again!
In the meantime, I continue to focus on what I love–all things cycling. With that in mind, I’m happy to announce that I will be joining Anne Linton Coaching to offer my on and off the bike training expertise to interested cyclists of all ages and abilities. I have had the opportunity to coach on a limited basis in the past, as my schedule has allowed, but now I have the flexibility to expand to accept more clients.
I’ve had the opportunity to get to know Anne through the local Bend, Oregon, cycling community, and with her expertise in the medical field and years of coaching experience, I’m excited by the collaboration and our ability to offer clients a complete coaching package. For more information, please feel free to reach out to us at https://www.annelintoncoaching.com regarding our offered services, including individual coaching, local and destination training camps, speaking engagements, clinics, and more. Stay tuned for more regular updates from Anne and me, along with periodic blogs on all things cycling.
Photo Courtesy of Graham Watson