We will be working with IAM Cycling in 2014. Today, I agreed to less money than we originally discussed, and I’m happy. The original number was too much, and we were already afraid that it might take away a part of our freedom to do what we want. At a certain price point, I feel like a team can ask for anything, any time. I didn’t want that to happen, but I was afraid to say anything. Who goes back and asks for less money? Thankfully, Thibault (part of the team management) understood and came to us. He broached the topic and said - I don’t want to take away that basic freedom you guys have - at this price, it might. I agreed, and I smiled and felt absolutely fantastic - to earn less money. Some might see that as a shrewd business deal on IAM’s side, but I see it as watching out for a friend who was ready to take far too big of a bite. We are learning, and it’s not easy, so I appreciate it so much when someone responsible for our livelihood is watching out for us as a friend and supporter. It means a lot. I cannot wait for the year ahead with IAM.