Kansas City Here I Come

Hey guys. I’ve got good news and I’ve got bad news. Which do you want first?

Okay, five people said good so I’ll lead with that. I got a new job in Kansas City! Yay!

So now for the bad news. I will be leaving Albany. Boooo!

So what does that mean for the blog? I will still write articles once in a while except more infrequently than I am now. So if anyone would like to contribute to the wellness of Albany and likes to write a little contact us and we can set you up as a contributor for the website.

I have had a lot of fun writing these articles over the past year and a half. I have done my best to inform the public about the goings on here, and I hope you’ve enjoyed reading what I’ve had to say. Thanks everyone for all of your comments. I’ve enjoyed reading them even if I haven’t responded to every one of them.

Written by Chris Belsole


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3 responses to “Kansas City Here I Come

  1. Ken

    Leaving Albany and you can’t even ditch the snow? Pssh.
    I guess I’m going to have to step up and actually start writing some posts with a degree of regularity. :)

  2. Thanks for everything you’ve done for this site and biking in Albany. Kansas City is a great town! Enjoy yourself.

  3. JV

    Attend our next meeting, Thurs Nov 17th at 7pm to say goodbye to one of the truly passionate bicycle people in Albany. We are losing a good man and one who will not be easy to replace. Everyone at ABC thanks you, Chris Belsole, for your great work and inspirational personality. But like I said to you the other night, Chris, I’ve been to Kansas City. You might be back.

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