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By December 8, 2009March 22nd, 20177 Comments

A few new web things are going on this week! First, Asylum Sports Network actually shot me an email and wanted to write a story(and start a mountain biking tab) on their site! I think the story is a good read, and best of all, it’s humorous! Click the pic below. Check ‘er out!

Screen shot 2009-12-08 at 2.26.14 PM

The Cyclist site also asked me to contribute occasionally with some blog posts. I did my first one there today. Here it is:

Screen shot 2009-12-08 at 2.26.45 PM

It’s fun to expand the outreach to more than my blog, facebook, and twitter. Thanks again, for all of your support!

STILL snowing outside… and it’s 4 degrees out. So much for long rides this week!!


  • We love you! Keep it up! You friggin’ rock!

  • Sean Evans says:

    That is awesome! Keep it up! Stay warm too…yikes.

  • kim zoldak says:

    I was looking up results for some of the races down in Arkansas that I was thinking about doing next year and I stumbled upon results with your name on them. I was really impressed how well you did. So I found your site and read some of your blog posts. I am moving to Arkansas to start grad school and I wanted to get into mt bike racing. I just started riding this past summer. I saw that you juggled grad school and racing. I was wondering if I could get some advice from you. I struggle right now in undergrad to find time to ride.

  • sonya says:

    Hi Kim!

    Congrats on entering the world of mountain bike racing. Watch out – it’s addicting. 🙂

    Sooo…. balancing school and racing/training is tricky but not impossible. What I would do is make a list for a week of what you do and for how long (or just mentally note it). Look at the things you are doing other than eating, sleeping, studying, taking classes, working, and riding. Whatever the extra things you are doing, you have to cut at least some of them out. Unfortunately, that can mean hurting your social life, or just seeing friends less. If you watch TV or read for fun, you can cut that out. It’s all about time management. I’d go to school/work and make time for riding during the day, and then study (and/or work more) after it got dark. I made cycling as big of a priority as school, but you may not want to do that! Hope that helps!

  • Kim Zoldak says:

    Thank you for answering! It does help. At least it’ll be my first step in the right direction. Addicting is fine with me, except that it breaks the bank 🙁
    And I guess I’ll see how much of a priority I make it. It’s my outlet when school gets stressful, so it might end up being very important to me.
    Good Luck with the winter training! I’ll have to come see you Kick Ass at the Ouachita Challenge this year!

  • sonya says:

    Hey Kim!

    Cool! Look forward to meeting you at the Ouachita! 😀 Good luck with school and training. Most important thing is to make sure it’s still fun!

  • Rich M says:

    Nice to see you getting all that exposure. Keep it up and keep warm. It was a rough week last week.

    I even managed to land on your blog. That is me riding at night on the Cyclist blog. 😛

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