Chad Haga blog: Keeping up off the bike

by Bicycle NewsJanuary 14, 20190 comments

, , , , filling it with as much family and friends and home projects and other fun things I’d been missing as possible, and certainly not on Twitter.

I may have over-corrected a bit, and even if I’m exhausted, I have no regrets.

I always have trouble staying off my bikes during the off-season. I get impatient and can’t pass up the perfect mountain-biking weather, , , , , and I was even more mentally drained than physically by the end of Tour of Guangxi.

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My coach asked if he would have to convince me to take 19 days off the bike.

“Why not just go for the full three weeks?” I countered.

I knew I could do it, too, because I was going to be thousands of miles away from my bike, which makes it much, much easier.

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