Hoping this summer can be just as good as last year with Pfaff Volkswagen.
Well, just that time of year again
Also, if you are in the Ontario, Canada area make sure you get here!!! @Joyride150 This is a don’t miss for all the ladies.
— wiredforperformance (@WFPcoaching) January 23, 2014
Best wishes for 2014!
Spent the last weekend in Collingwood putting in a nice little training block consisting of Hot Yoga, Snowshoeing and Spin Classes. It always feels good to diversify with some other sports and activities other then cycling especially when you have a hefty amount of snow to play in.
We arrived on the Friday and jumped straight into a Hot Yoga class at BuddhaRider which is a Yoga / Spin Studio that’s actually owned and operated by close friends, Simon and Shirlee Williams. They kept us pretty busy all weekend loading up on morning spin classes, hot yoga classes in the afternoon and a tons of snowshoeing in the late afternoon. It pretty much snowed all weekend which made for perfect conditions.
Overall such a fun weekend of exploring and enjoying Collingwood with good friends.
Serve it chilled We finally have some snow.
Thanks Liam Murphy for this video edit. Really looking forward to the 2014 season.
What does everyone think of the new photos??
Come see me this weekend at the new Pfaff | VW Headquarters => 16885 Leslie St, Newmarket, ON L3Y 8V5 2-4 pm I will be signing autographs and doing Q & A plus there will be prize giveaways!
This past weekend was the final MTB race of 2013. Iceman is a great event to go test some late season fitness and take part in one of the biggest one day North American bike races of the season. It’s like a mini Sea Otter Classic but a lot colder, way more north, and in November.
In terms of numbers it’s huge, 5000+ people all there for the same reasons…. 1) Race bikes 2) Have some fun!
Lots of rain in the days leading up to the race, although, with northern Michigan’s sandy soil it wasn’t an issue. On race day the course was like a highway- best conditions I’ve ever seen at Iceman. Every race I attend I have high aspirations for myself, it doesn’t matter how small or how big, I always go out to do as well as possible. Any athlete knows that the off-season is an evil necessary…… and with that comes lack of fitness and overall feeling out of shape. My finish was 5th place which I wasn’t overly joyed with but at the same time its not that bad considering. Thanks to my team Trek Factory Racing for another great event, the organizers and fans that make Iceman what it is.
Also thank you to Ray Waxham (the genius from Trek Race Shop) for all the photos.