‘Bad Habit Beauty’ video captures the beauty of riding in the sun
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
— It’s a sunny day, and the sun is setting.
It’s hot and humid, and I’m riding in a black car.
A few seconds later, my friend walks up to me, takes out her phone and posts a video on Instagram of me riding a bike and wearing my skater-esque hair extensions.
I take a sip of water, and then I look back at her.
“That’s my haircut,” I say, and she nods.
It was the perfect selfie, because I was at the top of my game.
I was a pro rider in the 90s, and after a long career in the sport, I felt I needed to share that joy and the power of my style.
That same year, I won the US national championship in a short event at the California International Classic.
I knew I was destined for greatness.
After winning the race, I realized I was in for a ride.
I began training for the 100-kilometer race, but I couldn’t compete for the title with my body, my mind or my race.
I needed something more.
So, on my first ride of the year, in San Diego, I rode for the first time in 10 days.
There were a lot of things I needed help with.
I had my coach in California, but the team was not a great fit.
I also needed the money for my own training.
I ended up signing with a local agency that did everything for me.
The agency is now a full-service, global company that specializes in helping athletes and coaches stay healthy.
In California, there was a huge shortage of nutritionist jobs, and my friend was able to work with me to help with nutrition and nutrition training.
The training went so well, in fact, that I signed up for an American Top Team class in New York that lasted three weeks and taught me how to eat for my body.
It was an incredible experience.
I started riding in New Jersey a few months later.
Then, I signed with Team USA, and it was the most important thing in my life.
I raced for the U.S. National Team in the World Cup in 2018.
I won my first major championship at the World Championships, the Worlds, and that gave me my confidence and that belief in myself.
This year, my goal was to win my first World Cup.
That was a goal that I never could have dreamed of five years ago, but it is possible.
Now, I have two more World Cups under my belt, one in France and one in Mexico, and one is coming up in December.
I’m not worried about it.
I want to make my dreams come true, and when the World Series comes around, I’ll be ready.