Tuesday, July 31, 2007

In the Blogs / On the Lists

* Going to PBP? In a post yesterday on The Daily Randonneur, Ed Felker notes that the big event is just three weeks away. His focus between now and then: family time and sleep. Read all about it here.

* Not going to PBP? While more than 600 American cyclists gear up for PBP, there are others who have already met their riding goals for 2007. One of them is David Rowe, who set his sights on the Portland-to-Glacier 1000K. In a new installment on his blog, Rowe says that “setting a goal that is aligned with your values is the key to success in everything, including long distance cycling.” Read his reflections on missing PBP here.

* I was in Mexico… Michael Rasmussen -- the Oregon Randonneur, not the racer -- claims he was also in Mexico this spring and has the passport to prove it. Check it out here.

* I was in … Vancouver?
That’s Vancouver, Washington. Kent Petersen has been rambling around his home state. Read his latest installment here.

1 comment:

Adrian Hands said...

> Kent Petersen has been rambling around his home state. Read his latest installment here.


Check out Alex Wetmore's too:

http://tinyurl.com/2z8sth