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We Got a Van! (And Other Major Announcements)


We knew we wanted a van for a while now—with my truck and Peter’s Mazda on their last legs, a new vehicle was inevitable, but we just weren’t positive what exactly we needed. But we knew we wanted a van, and after I wrote …



From the Bicycling mag Files: USA CX Nats


I did a whole lot of writing for Bicycling mag at USA Cyclocross Nationals, and here are a few of my favorite stories that might have flown under your radar: Katie Compton Does It Again: 12 National Championships—An interview with America’s undisputed queen of …

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Outdoor Edit // Jet Setting (In Economy)


I’ve been reading a ton of travel tips with the holidays coming up, and to be honest, so many of them are celebrity-oriented and as such, they’re a little ridiculous. If you’re crammed in economy seating, you know that doing a soothing face mask, …



Long Plane Ride Survival Kit—In Economy, On a Budget


I’ve been traveling a TON this season (as you may know if you’ve been following along) and it’s meant a lot of plane travel, and quite a few full day/overnight flights. I’m not a baller who always looks on-point at the airport, and I’m …



When Routines Fail // What Happened When I Skipped AM Yoga


I’ve been so, so good. Every morning for the past two months, I’ve woken up and immediately done about 10 minutes of yoga—often with videos from Tara Stiles (stay tuned for a piece and an exclusive video for cyclists coming out on Bicycling Mag’s …



Outdoor Edit // Girl Power!


I’ve had a solidly girly week, spending time at home with my younger sister and on rides and at the office with the rad women at Bicycling. I’ve also read some great women-focused articles, and I have a women’s night coming up at the Trek Store …



Re-Introducing The Life Sportive


This is my page for all of my favorite things that I’ve tested and use regularly. As someone that spends most of the time on the road for racing and writing about racing, my stuff needs to work. There’s not a lot of room in …