Join Date: Dec 2004
Bikes: '06 Blue Competition RC5AL w/ritchey pro fork, spinergy stealth PBO, etc.
i say drop out and start your own business
that way you'll be able to work your own schedule and ride all you want. of course, it helps to be more obsessed with your business --at least until you get going -- or you'll just fall flat anyway.
i've seen what you're going through too many times, and it always rots and festers, turning into a chronic case of the "wouldashouldas."
i remember your thread a while back about trying to decide whether you should race this year or not because of your heavy school load. well...as doctor phil would say "how's that workin' out for ya?"
for alot of us, cycling is an addictive drug that makes us feel good. and for others it's therapy. which one is it for you?
"When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return." - Leonardo daVinci