Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Cycology's One Tribe Cycling Kit | Product Review

I'm picky when it comes to cycling equipment. I don't have to have the most expensive equipment but it must work well, last long, and most importantly, look good.

When it comes to my cycling kits I usually keep things clean cut, with minimal patterns, and a touch of color. But recently I encountered a brand that challenged me to up my cycling fashion game by adding some edge. That was when Cycology came into my life.

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Lifecycle Emagazine - Spring/Summer Edition

I'm happy to share with you the Spring/Summer edition of Lifecycle Emagazine, by PedalNorth.com, a publication that I have enjoyed writing for since 2016. You will find my recent product review of Cascade Rollers on pages 234- 241. Enjoy!


Monday, February 13, 2017

3 Reasons To Invest In Cycling Rollers | Product Review

Indoor cycling training must be one of the most boring and mentally painful experiences ever invented, but it is a necessary evil when your goals won't wait for better weather or daylight. Sometimes the key to making indoor training work is simply having the right gear.

Staying focused on a trainer can be challenging if you aren't super motivated to follow a strict training program. I use indoor training primarily to increase the amount of time spent on a bike each week, and to focus on key objectives (interval training, increased leg speed, improved riding form, etc.).

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Securing Your Fitness Resolution

With the New Year fast approaching many will soon be focusing on reclaiming the fitness of their youth with a New Year's Resolution. One of the most popular ways to make this happen is with the assistance of social fitness apps that track and share your progress. Connecting your workout to the web is a great way to find motivation and inspiration for what would often be a solo activity. But could posting your fitness activity publicly put your safety at risks?

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Off-Road Cycling On Florida's NE Coast

It's no secret I love cycling. I'll take it in any form I can get really. The speed, the risk, and the scenery get the adrenaline pumping. And that's convenient because adrenaline is my drug of choice. "Hi, My name is David and I'm an adrenaline junkie."

Though I've dabbled in many different forms of cycling, r
oad cycling has been the go-to for most of my life, until recently. After years of hammering pavement I needed an escape from the smog and near death experiences caused by riding with angry drivers so I've begun seeking out roads less traveled.


Wednesday, September 21, 2016

My Montana Adventure Trip | Pictures

While summer lingers here in Florida I'm reminiscing about my spring trip to Montana to visit my sister. Here's some pictures to make you jealous.

Now get out and adventure!




Friday, March 18, 2016

Zone War Tactics

If you have ever flown Delta Airlines you've no doubt experienced the boarding zone fustercluck. 

Take a crowd of individuals, who collectively average a marginal level of intelligence, and instruct them to stand in line for a flight that boards and departs at predetermined times. Then sit back and watch them descend into chaos and confusion.

It's so entertaining I would actually pay money to watch it. I DO actually pay money to watch it.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

3 Reasons to GORUCK Yourself! | Product Review


Ever taken a trip and just couldn't seem to find the right bag. Your stuff didn't fit, or it just wasn't functional for the type of transportation you were taking? I deal with this every time I travel. I have hated most of my travel bags for years. So I finally got in touch with a locally owned and operated company in Jacksonville Beach that specializes in building exactly what I needed.




"GORUCK Yourself!"

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

5 Air Travel Security Tips


Most likely you've lost something valuable at some point in your life. Did you lose it while traveling? I'm sure you remember the heart pounding moment of panic when you realized it was gone. Maybe you left your wallet in a hotel safe, or forgot your phone on a plane. I've found many devices left in airports.


In my millions of miles of travel I've come uncomfortably close to losing many things. I've been lucky enough to have only lost a few things, and only one of any real value, a camera, while traveling in the bush of southern Africa. That was before I discovered digital photography so I only lost one roll of film with it... whew!