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First and foremost, thank you Bobby & Crystal for bringing me back to @midsouthgravel. My mission was to complete the 100-mile course and I did it! ✨ This year was about overcoming fear and showing up authentically. I am proud of the work I put in to cross that finish line for that infamous Bobby hug! If I may be honest it was super emotional and I will always cherish that moment. It was also so fun to be followed by the media team and sit for two interviews. I felt like a Hollywood star. ✨ I want to acknowledge my coach, friends, family, queer kin, and supporters for believing in me – I couldn’t do this without your love and support. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Shout out: @unlearnpavement @painpatina @powlessperformance @elisha_bishop_ @yatikafields @dirt_dad @chamoisbuttr @jeremyddunn @smithoptics @routewerks @teravail @longcommakelsey @erikhmathy and many more! 💖 It was beautiful to ride on the land of the Otoe-Missouria tribe, and Osage, Kiowa, Kickapoo, Wichita, Quapaw, Pawnee, and Seminole Nations. I totally get why Mid South is a destination event for many and I look forward to reducing my time on course. I’m going to take this momentum and continue preparing for what is to come: @aidslifecycle with @team_cretins and completing @westfjordswaychallenge#stoodis #indigenouscyclist 🏳️‍⚧️

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