I'm a guy, a dad, a cyclist, and a cancer survivor.
This is my blog.
Well, it's one of my blogs.
I have another blog. It's more along professional lines. It has a (mildly) clever title, but it needs more content. It hasn't matured yet. It's still seeking its voice.
But I digress.
Sorry, I do that a lot.
I'm delighted that you're here!
I suspect that some of you have come here from Pelotonia's "The Rider" blog.
Welcome. Welcome! WELCOME!
Take a look around! It's not dangerous. It may entertain. It may...affect you. It's a labor of love, and I am overjoyed when I get feedback!
Wheelsucker Diaries is an outlet for me. It's my place to write about thriving, not just surviving.
I also write a little cycling—amateur and pro. It gets a bit silly, sometimes.
If you're looking for Pelotonia stuff, you can select "Pelotonia" under "Labels". (It's down there on the right, beneath the Blog Archive.)
Leading up to Pelotonia 11, I wrote ten posts in ten days.
They started with my celebrating my 5th year cancer-free.
They concluded with a re-posting of a Pelotonia 10 post (that I couldn't improve).
They cover sexiness, coolness, geekiness, money, expectations, commitment, and they culminate in a four-part (yeah, it's epic) ride report about Pelotonia 11 (Day 1).
So, again, I welcome you! Poke around. Stay awhile!
Share and enjoy!