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  • Best jobs/companies for endurance athletes

    Consultant deepwater drilling engineer when oil hits $30/barrel is pretty good. I had clients going bankrupt, so I didn't bother going to work. I'd go on extended rides all day and get paid nicely. Then they stopped paying me.
    Now working a consulting gig with 90-100% travel, have 2 young kids and a third on the way. It's the opposite of training/racing friendly. But that's due to trying to be a good parent when I'm home on weekends.
    Honestly, though, energy companies have a pretty strong track record supporting employees in this type of endeavor, with tons fielding teams for MS 150 rides and having work-organized training rides.
    bbculpAaronWebstey1_Hot_PretzelCraig_D
  • Alcohol-free January, anyone?

    Not bad, but more pale than belgian. If you like both, it's worth drinking.
    1_Hot_Pretzel
  • Alcohol-free January, anyone?

    I'm officially 5 for 5.
    Craig_DAaronWebsteyPevashishDaulStruangKenElPescadoPeladorangamel
  • Alcohol-free January, anyone?

    I failed day 1. And 2. And 3. And, is today the 4th?
    AaronWebsteyMartinabussey1
  • Ride recommendations: Palm Springs

    For the flats, just stick around palm springs/desert. Most of the famous climbs in so cal are a short drive away. Baldy, glendora, and palomar are all reasonably close and are staples of the tour of California. Probably the best, or easiest, way to find a climb worth doing in your neighborhood is checking out what Phil gaimon has been riding on strava.
    kjrunnin

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