It takes a minute to find your rhythm on the bike, but it happens. It’s not something you think about consciously, but a number of tiny adjustments take place. After you adjust your hands, after your breathing normalizes, you don’t think about how you need to shift your weight on the upcoming turn. You just do, and once you do, it’s as if the world melts away and all that’s left is you, the bike, and the road.  That rhythm is what Dave Ohlmuller yearned for. Four to six hours a day on the bike allowed him to outpace the horror, the anger, and the fear. For a while, anyway. At twelve years... Read More