Equally unremarkable in the final meters of the coffee ride sprint as along the ungodly grades of an HC climb, I aspire to the 'Look Pro // Go Slow' mantra and ensure my rig is never seen in less than 53x11 at café stops.

I started cycling in 2014, started getting dropped on group rides in 2016 and feel now like I'm just starting to find my legs.  Much ink has been spent waxing poetic about the glories of The Most Beautiful Sport in the World, so I won't attempt to add to that anthology here.  Suffice it to say that cycling has gifted me time and again with pleasures mental, emotional and physical.

I can remember telling myself years ago that I really "enjoyed photography," but my interest on that front has grown alongside my cycling adventures.  Getting out on the bike gives you the opportunity to see so much you'd otherwise have no reason (or time) to see during your daily grind, and I've found that inspiring when it comes to taking pictures.

That said, thanks for stopping by.  Now let's ride!



Bike people are the best people.  It's science.

I've been lucky to meet a lot of amazing people through cycling.  Thanks to Strava, I've even met and been able to ride with a number of people visiting from other countries.

If you're planning to ride in Los Angeles, I'd love to hear from you.  I can get out on the bike with you, or at least give you some local tips: where the secret water stops are in the canyons, the roads to avoid, where the best coffee shops are...all the important stuff.

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