The end, not quite. After a quick week of not much riding, it's back to work, slowly. Just over three weeks till I'm back racing again. I'll be finishing the road season on the same continent I started it, Asia. This time in South Korea for the Tour de DMZ.
I'll be heading over with Frankie and 4 teammates: Chad Hartley, Luca Damiani, Jonny Sundt, and Phil Gaimon. Don't really know much about the race as any information is in a foreign language. But from what I can gather it looks like there will be 3 road races, one of which is mountainous. Wish us luck.
In other news it looks like the USPRO Criterium Championships have been moved to Grand Rapids, MI for the next two years. I'm very excited to race such a big event back in my home state where I began racing. Besides that I've really enjoyed the crit they have had over the past few years and it has been a great event. Michigan has a great racing season and now more of the country will hopefully will notice. There are a good number of 'pros' currently racing who began in Michigan. I bet it ranks in the top 5 of states that have produced pros currently racing.
Not only has it moved, but it also is only open to US Citizens like the road race championships has been run the last few years. Of course this aspect will bring controversy, but I generally like it.
Don't forget the Breezer True Hilly Hundred will be on October 16th this year.
Don't know about you, but I am enjoying this fall weather.