Category Archives: Get Your Ride smile On

Part 4 The Day I Did Not Die

Small World Kawinkidink or Kismet?   Well, here we are again. I tell you, time whizzes by with such fierceness, like the reigning champ Sagan. Speaking of the Maillot Vert  –Tour de France Green Sprinters Jersey for my non roadie fans I wish to introduce you to an other great bicyclist in a green jersey. […]

Super Heroes & Synapse Laps

IMG_6259 Click to watch video So much gratitude, grins, and love as We Super Heroes of Brain Injury rocked it while we walked, rode and rolled with our friends, family, caretakers and supporters at the BIND.org Synapse Laps on Sat March 24, 2018. Thank you all for showing up and spreading the stoke. Did you […]

365 Days to Show UP, Drop In, and Pedal On…

Happy 2018! The year starts now! Yep, my official calendar count down to 365 days of radness begins on my birthday, and you are invited to the party! It’s always been a tradition of mine to celebrate my birthday by giving presents randomly to others. So here you go… My gift to you is 365 […]

Part 3: The Long Summer of 2017

Can you believe we are in holiday mode already? It seems like just yesterday I was chasing national champion riders and dinosaur tracks in Moab and winding up colossal climbs in Colorado. Good times for sure. Many more adventures are in store ahead. Starting with Nov 23rd when bicibits closes for Black Friday and will OptOutside […]

Part 2: Pedaling forward in reflection:

Part 2:  From Rags to Bikes -With a Beach and Classroom In betwixt Pedaling forward in reflection: Today is Sunday July 23. Why should that matter amidst all that is going on in the world? Well, because in my psyche it is a day of collective mourning and celebration. A day where I spend the […]

Part I: From Rags to Bikes – With a Beach and Classroom In-Betwixt

I have been working hard on my communication skills and now that I have your undivided attention I would like to practice a little. As you might know I am a Traumatic Brain Injury Warrior. I decided to change “survivor” to “warrior” because it embraces my “live, love, laugh, ride” philosophy befittingly. Living with a […]

Biking, Brain Injury, and the Road to Recovery: Why I Love to Ride.

Woman riding bike

  I love to ride my bike because… I can fly. I’ve been in love with riding since I was a kid, standing on the back of my brother’s bicycle with arms spread wide open, feeling like I was soaring through the air. That sensation has stayed with me into adulthood, evolving into a passion […]