My name is Jose Ayala and I am the creator of Biker Life. I currently live in Los Angeles where I am running this blog to share my passion for bike and cycling, lifestyle, and life in general. I also love to share everything in my life including my work, fitness, and adventures in blogging. I’ve recently started riding my bike for fun and fitness.
I grew up in Puerto Rico and have been riding a bike since I was eight. My goal as a kid was to ride at least 5K a week, and my dream is to ride 10K a week in my early twenties.
I also like to talk a lot about my interests, and I enjoy to promote my brand, Biker Life, as well as sharing my fitness and cycling style with others. I do not know when I started blogging, but I believe it was in 2006 when I was in my late 20s.
I began blogging at the same time as I started working on my fitness and cycling style. When I started my blog, I wrote about what I was interested in. It wasn’t until I was blogging that I became interested in my fitness and cycling lifestyle, and I started to get a lot of traffic from other people who were interested in the same things I was.
I think blogging has been a huge help in my fitness and cycling life. Ive learned so much about the importance of having a blog, and having a good blog can create the motivation to get moving, workout, and get fit in your own way.
I think I have to give a shout out to jose ayala, the guy behind a blog called jose ayala. It was his first blog, but his passion for cycling, fitness, and fitness related topics was pretty strong and I think he helped to turn my blog into something that it is today. My blog has grown from just me and my cycling to a pretty good website.
Ayala is now a personal trainer and a freelance writer based in Las Vegas. He creates fitness and nutrition resources for websites and blogs. I haven’t gotten to the “how to” of his blog or anything, but he is an awesome guy, so I’m definitely going to check out his blog and his website.
Ayala has now written a book and is currently working on a second one. More importantly, he is now offering consulting services to companies, brands, and individuals looking to turn their fitness and nutrition sites into well-optimized versions of his. He has also written an ebook on how to turn your own site into a health and fitness blog.
I can’t wait to read this. I’ve thought of doing a fitness blog for years, but I always thought it would just be a bunch of random, random, random stuff about how to get in shape and stuff like that. But Ayala seems to have this vision of making this a bigger, more inclusive movement. I’m excited to see where he takes it.