This semester has flown by. There has been some ups and downs with my classes as well as with my personal life. Most of it has been positive. Lots of love for my graphic design as of late. One such project that I am proud of goes hand-in-hand with my personal bicycling habits.
Ever since Day Lights Saving hit I have found that my time on the bike has been greatly diminished. My eating habits flip-flopped back to bad habits and I have been struggling with time management. However right before Thanksgiving I heard through the grapevine that local mountain biking professional David Hall, was going to open up a little bicycle shop called The Myrtle Beach Bicycle Fix in the Market Commons in Myrtle Beach. This intrigued me greatly. I have seen him ride and he truly is a boss out there on a bike. Maybe with having a shop so close to home it would prompt me to get off my ass and start riding on the regular again. If you couple this with the official launch of the newest trail in Myrtle Beach, Horry County Bike and Run Park, know affectionately as The Hulk, I can see me really hitting the dirt again.
Well November has come and gone and we are about half way into December. I have gotten back on the bike but not much as I would like. This is mainly due to the fact that David Hall hired be to work on The Myrtle Beach Bicycle Fix overall identity campaign as well as build up a web presence for them. I am pleased to say that it was a super fun experience and it reminded me what it was like t work on design projects that I actually care about.
Now that I am wrapping up Phase I on The Myrtle Beach Bicycle Fix I am hopping that it will help me transition back into riding and eating better. Only time will tell.
If you get a chance check out The Myrtle Beach Bicycle Fix online and on Facebook. If you are in Myrtle Beach I recommend stopping by the shop and checking it out. A great little bicycle shop that does custom wheel builds, suspension rebuilds and repairs.