Todd's Blog

It’s been years, no decades, since USA Cycling has made an exciting announcement. A new CEO: YOUNG. ACCOMPLISHED.  Here’s to much success for Derek Bouchard-Hall. After retiring from cycling in 2002, he attained an MBA from Harvard Business School and began a career in consulting with Ernst & Young in Boston and then with McKinsey..
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  All champions know exactly what they want.  They can see it, taste it, feel it, touch it, hear it.  What they want is crystal clear. More importantly they know why they want it. No matter how gnarly the challenge if the why is big enough, the how always presents itself. When the champion arrives..
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If your training is pretty good, you will get dropped… and lose minutes, you won’t even be able to see the leaders. If your training is excellent, you will finish in the middle of the pack… but you won’t be on the podium. If your training is outstanding, if there’s nothing more to do, add..
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The large man I roll past mutters “1 of your legs equals both of mine”. I bit my tongue, it was more like his belly was 3 times the size of mine. When it comes down to speed on a bike a lot of it simple math and physics. Want to go faster, lose weight. It’s not..
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