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  1. #1 by Able Parris at June 24th, 2009

    Awesome.

  2. #2 by Peter Kaizer at June 24th, 2009

    Andy~ NICE!! May you always be able to put the hammer down like that and hey at least he didn’t throw trash out his window at you. (happened to me once).

  3. #3 by greg at June 24th, 2009

    It’s better to wear it out than to let it atrophy.

    Keep riding Andy!

  4. #4 by Jaron Ballard at June 24th, 2009

    Andy, I respect that. I’m 24, and still in design school, but I have a lot of moments like that. It’s like throughout life we seem to give a sarcastic tone to the “corny” things, but yeah, they are true, and why not TRY. The worst thing that could happen is failure, but so what, failure is part of success right? I know that I won’t make anything happen unless I act. I can’t BE unless i first DO. It’s the same with design, cycling, anything. It’s LIFE. Really good stuff. Thanks for that.

  5. #5 by Clinton at June 24th, 2009

    Why? Because we choose to and we love it. Good story man – made me want to ride my bike.

  6. #6 by Daniel Black at June 24th, 2009

    I would wager good money that on the order of 1% of us ourselves such that we’re failing our objectives by virtue of age. Intellectually, I always found “work smarter, not harder” to bely a false dichotomy. Imagine both.

    At whatever your age, Andy, you’re working harder than some folks half as young, and half as hard as some folks twice as old. That’s the right side of the curve to be on.

  7. #7 by Jason Robb at June 24th, 2009

    Ditto, great story.

  8. #8 by Saqib Khan at June 24th, 2009

    Andy, don’t be feeling your initial response was feeble. Yeah, we can almost always say something smarter when we have the time to draft and redraft in our head but you were spot on first time – you DO have responsibilities to your family and employees to be healthy and to be around as you have a major role in steering the path ahead for both.

    You’ve been such an inspiration already, I’ve dusted off my bike, had new tyres put on and have gone from going to sleep late for no good reason and waking at 8.30am (I work from home) to sleeping around 11.30pm (will try and get that down to 11) and waking at 5.45 this morning, will try and get it down to 4.30. All this so I can ride round London before it wakes and be better able to produce a decent output at work and be present for my family in the evenings.

    As a new father, my new big driver for training IS to be fitter for (my) life. Ride on, grey bearded one!

  9. #9 by Steve Avery at June 24th, 2009

    Hey Andy.

    Never take life seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyway.

    :)

  10. #10 by chuck at June 24th, 2009

    That is way awesome!

    That story would actually make a great commercial, man. :) Definitely inspired me!

    /cm

  11. #11 by Mark Rutledge at June 24th, 2009

    From one Rutledge in Plano with grey in his beard to another, great story! Most of my riding is done commuting to work in the early dark and late dusk, but perhaps we will run into each other at some point.

  12. #12 by Andy at June 24th, 2009

    Thanks all for the great sentiments you’ve expressed here. Makes my day.

    @Saquib: I’m glad to hear that you’re making a go of this. Keep it up and good on ya!

    @Mark: Nice to know of another grey-bearded Rutledge around here. I’ll keep my eyes peeled.

  13. #13 by Naomi Niles at June 24th, 2009

    Damn that’s awesome. Go you!

  14. #14 by Chris Rivard at June 25th, 2009

    Inspiring post, thanks for sharing.

  15. #15 by Des at June 28th, 2009

    One of the most inspiring things I’ve read this year Andy, excellent stuff.

  16. #16 by Bob Cieszkowski at June 30th, 2009

    Thanks for the inspiring words Andy, but myself and the other cyclists here can see through the facade. It’s got nothing to do with life, and everything to do with your friends pain & suffering.

    And you love them both equally. ; )

  17. #17 by Andy at June 30th, 2009

    @Bob: Ha, you may be right. Stockholm syndrome might explain my positive predisposition to those captors.

    @Naomi, Chris, and Des: Thanks! Glad you enjoyed the read.

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