Author Archives: The Success Architect®

About The Success Architect®

Founder and CEO of The Success Foundry | Best Selling Author | Speaker | Senior Fellow @ the Center for the Digital Future USC Annenberg School |Business Coach Founder, CEO of TSG Inc | Founder and Partner of InterSpaceLA | Thought Partner | LinkedIn Trainer and Coach | Founder of Pony Express Riders | Motorcycle Rider | Bicycle Racer | USA Cycling Coach | Retired career Army officer | Prostate Cancer Advocate | Founder and CEO of Prostate Cancer Awareness Project, Inc. | Find me at LinkedIn.com/in/robertwarrenhess.

Just 669.3 Miles to Go!

I’m rapidly closing in on having ridden 24,901.6 miles on my bicycles since my prostate cancer treatment in May 2003. I ride for fitness, health, to keep the prostate cancer from coming back, and to make other guys aware of … Continue reading

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How to Ride “Army Strong”

It’s been several months since I’ve had the opportunity to post here on MyBikeInfo. As many of you know, I’m a prostate cancer survivor and the founder of the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project and the Prostate Cancer Pony Express. The … Continue reading

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The One Big Mac I Can Live With

I recently received an email from a colleague asking me about the Mac Air I purchased last year. I zipped an email off to him and I thought I would share my comments with anyone that might be interested. I … Continue reading

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How to beat gravity on your bike

I rode Stage 7 of the Amgen Tour of California again this year, and it was tougher because I had a lot fewer miles in my legs and much less climbing. Here’s a good article I found on BikeRadar about … Continue reading

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Are thieves watching your bike rides?

I just recently received an email describing how thieving are locating and stealing expensive bicycles by tracking the start and end points bicycle rides on Garmin Connect. I actually use Strava.com, so I did a quick vulnerability check. What I … Continue reading

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Strava iPhone App

I’ve been using my Gamin Forerunner 305 to track my training rides, but I’ve just downloaded the Strava iPhone app and I’m going to give it a try. http://support.strava.com/kb/iphone-app/strava-iphone-app-overview Given the rapid battery drain with the GPS running, I’m going … Continue reading

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It’s all about Power to Weight

Train to Gain? Power, that is. I just received an email about Matt Fitzgerald’s book, and I must say that I’m a believer. I actually have the complete book, Racing Weight, and am working my way through it. I’m taking … Continue reading

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Stretching the Legs of my Elite T-Class Time Trial Bike

How to win a free pair of Sock Guy cycling socks Today was my first ride of 2012 on Zonker, my time trial bike. I posted this morning on my Strava.com profile [http://strava.com/athletes/robertwhess] that I’ll send a free pair of … Continue reading

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Stretching the Legs of my Elite T-Class Time Trial Bike

How to win a free pair of Sock Guy cycling socks Today was my first ride of 2012 on Zonker, my time trial bike. I posted this morning on my Strava.com profile [http://strava.com/athletes/robertwhess] that I’ll send a free pair of … Continue reading

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How to get moving. Really fast!

How to get moving from a standing start – really fast! I spent Friday and Saturday evening at the LA Velodrome watching the US Elite National Track Championships and saw some really great riding and racing. I’ve always been interested … Continue reading

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