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Monday, July 18, 2005

Ride with Nick Martin.com launch


Welcome to the initial broadcast of www.ridewithnickmartin.com. Stay tuned daily as I take you into the trenches of what a professional mountain biker goes through... emotionally, physically and mentally. Every elite pro has to go through these motions, there is no free ticket to the podium. As I document my daily adventures I will show you what goes down when you quit your job, surf couches, work on your tan lines, travel more than the dead heads of the 60’s, spend more time in tight clothes than Brian Boytano, and consider your daily ride as “going to work”.....living the dream. This is a lifestyle page of first year pro Nick Martin. Check in daily as I take my camera and laptop with me on my adventures.

4 Comments:

Blogger biker bruce said...

Nick,

Keep chasing your dream.

You have the talent.

Just chase it with the drive.

It will all come it you want it bad enough.

Bruce, Tomarra and Buddy

2:45 PM  
Blogger Mom said...

You were blessed with the drive and stamina of your father, Nick! Chase your dream as long as it brings you happiness. You teach me to love life, live in the moment and keep my eyes focused on the positive, giving it all I've got. Whoever said the parent teaches the child? I'm so glad that goes both ways...Your young life has taught this old gal many valuable lessons. Love ya and look forward to 'riding' with you! Mom

3:12 PM  
Anonymous tom said...

Nick,

Keep the dream alive, even with the tight shorts and sweat jersey!

Roll with the best!


Looking forward in riding with you!

Best of rides!!

tom.

6:46 PM  
Anonymous Jean-Paul V. - Toulouse, France. said...

Nick,

Nice to hear from you and happy to read you're enjoying what you're doing !

I wish you all the best for your bike's career!

PS: You're the only montain biker I met who decided to spend 6 months of his career in the flat Netherlands !!!

9:46 AM  

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