Before embarking on the worlds most iconic XCM, Justin Morris takes us through his setup for race day.
Bike racing and training with Type 1 Diabetes
Cycling was not always my passion or my career in life, as a matter of fact at the age of 10 all I could dream about was one day being a pilot! I used to watch fighter pilot movies, play pilot video games and my bedroom wall was platered with posters of jet fighter planes! […]
Justin Morris’ Blog: Searching through pain for joy
G’day mates, it has been a busy past few months traversing continents, road bike miles, MTB miles, moments of joy also episodes of intense anger and disappointment. Such is life on the road as an athlete. You take the highs with the lows. In April I lined up for my first ever race in the Middle […]
Justin Morris’ Blog: Riding and Racing for the Soul
G’day Mates, Since I last wrote I have gained many more frequent flyer miles, met up with some good mates, completed another UCI tour, enjoyed some sun in Florida, enjoyed some sun in California, enjoyed some sun in South Carolina, had an impromptu trip back home to Australia, done 4 hour training rides in complete […]
Justin Morris’ Blog: Working, Travelling and Sharing
G’day there, Since I last wrote I have returned from Europe, stayed back in the USA, returned to Australia, returned to Europe, returned to Australia travelled to China, returned to the USA and then returned to Australia again. 2013 has been a hectic yet exciting year and I would not change a thing. I have […]
Justin Morris’ Blog: Europe, The Team and Mateship.
Justin ‘Maddog’ Morris is a professional cyclist with Team Novo Nordisk, and has competed with the Subaru-MarathonMTB.com Team during 2011 and for the 2012 Crocodile Trophy. 2013 has seen him racing around the globe, sneaking time in on his mountain bike when time permits. A big hello from the USA again, after a hectic, nonstop […]
Justin Morris’ Blog: Conquering Corners, Climbs & Commiserations
Hello mates! I am now entering month 4 of cycling abroad for 2013 and as every year and I’m sure every Aussie expat can attest it has been a roller coaster. My time here in the USA so far has been primarily focused on criterium races tempered with 2 stage races. The National Criterium Circuit […]