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San Rafael Twilight. Yeah it was fast, but not unbearable by any means. I even got into a nice little groove, but just ran out of gas. I guess this wasn’t the easiest race to do as my first race back after crashing in Tulsa. Onto more intensity these next few weeks. I was super stoked our team lined up 4 dudes, and we had so many cheers out there, so thanks! A whole mess of my family came from a couple of hours away as well. I was so pumped to see them at the start line! This race is a blast and I can’t wait to do it next year. These last two months, bike racing (and training) have been of little priority, even though I wanted to focus so hard, but family and life matters rise to the top when things get real. I’m hoping to move on from one of the rougher times in my life, and continue on…
I definitely haven’t had the smoothest transition racing in the P12’s, but I’m not too discouraged about it. For myself, I know I’ve just had a lot to deal with off the bike, and I know what I’m capable of when I have that time and space to focus. Whatever the case, I’m still having fun riding and racing my bike. Thank you to all my people always loving and supporting.
(Photo: Bernard Orencia)

San Rafael Twilight. Yeah it was fast, but not unbearable by any means. I even got into a nice little groove, but just ran out of gas. I guess this wasn’t the easiest race to do as my first race back after crashing in Tulsa. Onto more intensity these next few weeks. I was super stoked our team lined up 4 dudes, and we had so many cheers out there, so thanks! A whole mess of my family came from a couple of hours away as well. I was so pumped to see them at the start line! This race is a blast and I can’t wait to do it next year. These last two months, bike racing (and training) have been of little priority, even though I wanted to focus so hard, but family and life matters rise to the top when things get real. I’m hoping to move on from one of the rougher times in my life, and continue on…

I definitely haven’t had the smoothest transition racing in the P12’s, but I’m not too discouraged about it. For myself, I know I’ve just had a lot to deal with off the bike, and I know what I’m capable of when I have that time and space to focus. Whatever the case, I’m still having fun riding and racing my bike. Thank you to all my people always loving and supporting.

(Photo: Bernard Orencia)

 
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  2. pinoymamba said: get it! wooooo. yes, i’ll definitely be back next year looking for blood.
  3. rhodeskc said: Congrats on finishing with all the skin you started with. That is an achievement on its own in any race, and always once to celebrate.
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