I started this blog during college when I first discovered cycling after a career-ending volleyball injury. After college graduation I moved to Colorado and got into endurance mountain biking. After four years of living and racing at altitude I moved to Indiana. Where I’ve spent the past four years of my life pursuing a master’s degree and law degree while also training for elite cycling competitions. It was an ongoing tension of imbalance between training and school. It hasn’t always been pretty, but it’s always been worth it.
I’m currently in Alaska for what started as one-year fellowship that combines my areas of interest in the legal field. Since COVID-19 I switched positions and have been able to work remote for the time being but at some point will be leaving and hoping to squeeze out all the adventures I can get. I’m hoping to continue to pursue adventures that still include racing bikes but also being more willing to explore off the bike too! If you’ve stumbled across this blog and aren’t a family member, congratulations!