Observations and Unscientific Conclusions

The Finale I noticed that my last blog regarding cycling left my devout followers hanging by a thread. A thread so entirely meaningless that you forgot that it even existed. I write to not only remind you of this thread but to sew it back into the wardrobe of useless and easily forgettable knowledge. My … Continue reading


(Originally published: 5/24/12) First things first. My trip to London has had nothing but a positive impact on my life as a whole. Not just the trip itself, but events leading up to the trip, have made me realize how fortunate and grateful I am to have been blessed with such an opportunity. Before leaving … Continue reading

Early Analysis

(Originally published: 5/12/12) I came to London with high expectations for its cycling culture. I imagined the streets filled with cyclists of all age, sex, and race. When you set the expectation bar relatively high, it’s not uncommon to be let down. Fortunately, this was not the case. Cycling is tastefully tessellated into the British … Continue reading

My Last Pre-London Post

(Originally published: 4/25/12) The day I leave for London is hastily approaching and my final semester as an undergraduate in Kent is simultaneously coming to an end. I can no longer hide my ascending anxiety and overall excitement associated with my first international travel experience. Thankfully, my family, friends, and Global Ad and PR class … Continue reading

Reflection of My Progression

Take the good with the bad, and the happy with the sad. (Originally published: 4/20/12) I’ve come a long way from where I started with my research, to where I am now. I discovered a lot more about the progression of cycling in the US and how it didn’t necessarily match up to my original … Continue reading

London Top 10

(Originally published: 4/19/12) You know what rocks even harder than the British History Museum?… Watch Ryan and I’s video to find out!

London Calling

London Called — I answered (Originally published: 3/26/12) I don’t always like to reminisce. It’s true that some things are better left in the past; however, I can’t deny my past. I am a product of my past and present environmental stimuli and live my life with little shame and no regrets. That being said, … Continue reading

Project Plan

Pedaling for Progression (Originally published: 3/25/12) I have enjoyed cycling for as long as I can remember. I discovered at a young age that it is one of the closest experiences to flying available to the common man. That said, I have integrated it into my life for far more than just a hobby in … Continue reading