Wednesday, 22 February 2017


I've had a few moments where I get caught up in thoughts of what I do should I not be able to get comfortable on the bike again. The scope of which is pretty broad given how riding bikes has intertwined with and become the backbone of my life and identity.

There are totally times when it seems like to big a concept to consider, and too hard a prospect to face, so I was drawn to an article on The Age about sports people and depression post retirement.

The point I took from it... the comment that stood out most as important was "You need something to retire to, not something to retire from."

This is not a cry for help, it's thoughts written out. It's thinking about those thoughts and other thoughts which will be thought through thubsequently.

D: 16.6km
A: 90m

PMPW: 89kg

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