This has been the toughest week of training, just because I thought last week was it. I’d get through that long ride (97 miles, in the rain, with headwinds, wolves and snotty Manhattan Beach teenagers chasing after me), pour myself a fish taco martini, put my feet up and relax […]
The Māori phrase “kia kaha”, literally “be strong”, is also frequently encountered as an indication of moral support for someone starting a stressful undertaking or otherwise in a difficult situation. Oh, yeah. You know what I’m going to be saying to myself on Sunday’s ride.