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Sometimes I just ride along, cursing. Tourette's on wheels. I'm not sure why. I have a great job, a big dream, a wonderful boyfriend, a roof over my head and life is generally swell. But here I am, pedaling along with my good Adidas Superstar Sneakers Rose Gold friend the f bomb. Clearly I have some deep seeded issues. Yet I hope never to solve them. I like the f bomb!Plus, speed/adrenaline makes me utterly brilliant (only when riding; off the bike, it's right back to athleticoma). I have invented life changing.
itself in the strangest way. I like speed. No, not that kind. I mean I like to go really, really fast. At least by bicycle standards. I find utter peace and euphoria when I'm screaming downhill on a bike going more than 40 mph knowing that my life hangs in the balance of an unseen pavement crack. I get a rush knowing a rogue acorn could end my existence. I also have discovered I have something of an anger problem.
Remember that proverbial Goody Two shoes girl in high school that got good grades, didn't smoke, didn't drink, didn't party, didn't you know what, and didn't quite fit in? I remember her a little too well. All that teenage repression manifested Adidas Superstar 2 On Feet
yclist in less than half a year, I felt compelled to give it a shot. After all, maybe Bob Dylan is right: When you got nothing, you got nothing to lose. And that was Adidas Superstar Dark Blue Stripes
the last thought I remember floating through my brain. Through December and January, I cycled six days a week, alone or in a group, up mountains, through valleys and deserts. I lifted weights every other day, and practiced my rather inflexible version of yoga. Jimmy Adidas Superstar Womens Grey
taught me how to calculate wattage and power output, how to sprint, draft, attack and be patient (by far the most difficult race strategy, at least for me). I went to bed early, ate well, hydrated well and did everything Jimmy told me it would take to stay strong, healthy and focused. Not to mention physically and mentally exhausted. Pretty typical stuff for anyone who takes a sport seriously. But somewhere in the midst of it all, I made a few self discoveries.