ABOUT 100 YEARS AGO I READ IN VELOSNOOZE AN INTERVIEW WITH THE GREAT KENT BOSTICK.  He was prepping for the '96 Olympics at the ancient age of 43.  I was 30ish and all ears, wanting to be fast again some day... as my dadbod expanded like my hero Fred Flintstone's.

What could it be?

Surely it was impossible, nothing a mere mortal could do. 

Four years prior, in the middle of summer, on a hot Utah plain, I saw Kent decimate the pro field in a road race all by his lonesome... I was there to pick up some points towards the realm of a lowly Cat 2... he was there for the cash.  A pro.  Nearly 40.

It was unheard of.

So was going to the Olympics at his age, and the national news picked up on the story.

Even Velosnooze couldn't foul up this interview.  They were drooling over themselves for this exclusive, and from what I could tell then Kent was just a humble dude who loved racing and wasn't ready to give it up.

So... here's the secret:

VN Kent how have you stayed in shape all these years, and kept the fire going.

KB Well, I really like racing... and I ride hard twice a week year round.

VN What about the off season.

KB There is no off season.

And that stuck in my mind like Excalibur in the stone.  The very idea that simply riding hard twice a week could hold off father time was so simple, even I could do it. 

And I did.

Rarely has a week passed that I haven't ridden hard on Tuesday and hard again on Saturday.  And, I've found to be rather magical.

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