This is just the motivation I needed today. Continue reading Gettin’ after it.
I have been here all along. I just haven’t had much to say. A lot has happened since I quit my job and decided to go feral. Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: I’m here. I just don’t have much to say.
I haven’t seen enough rad on the internet lately. It’s been the same old skidding shreddits and bullshit navel gazing outdoorsy videos. But these two videos really restored my faith in humanity… Continue reading Friday is for Heroes
Stunt Monday is a little thing we do here in Asheville to help ease the pain of Mondays. Continue reading Stunt Monday
“Dirty, are you falling more than normal? Why the fuck is your bike wrapped in foam?” Funny story about that. Let me tell ya. Continue reading How to be a dumbass
As a tribute to one of the greatest bands to ever record music. We are making this shirt. It’s a great shirt. A tremendous shirt. Continue reading This is not a Drunkcyclist t-shirt
Get outta work and go here. Make pictures of these guys. Abuse this thing Then you drink a few of these. Then you watch Fraggle Continue reading Wednesday night.
You ever heard of this guy Brody Leven? He is a nice guy and does rad stuff on skis. He made this video with our Continue reading Ride bikes. Ski mountains.
I first met Bergur a couple years ago in my travels to Iceland. Born and bred Icelander, this dude gets after it. He is one of the few people who humor my “bad ideas”, then tops them with his own. Continue reading Be Like Bergur
The Colorado trail is, without a doubt, one of the most amazing linkups of singletrack in the mountains you will ever experience. The section from Silverton to Durango holds a special place in my heart. Nearly 2 decades ago, it introduced this punk kid from New York to what REAL mountains were. It got me hooked, and I have chased that big mountain high ever since. Continue reading ColoRADo trail race in 30 minutes
Bikes and beers. Some folks get, some folks don’t. These kids get it. Continue reading Because Bikes and Beers
I took a little point and shoot 35mm film camera on the ride with me and recently I revisited the photos. I didn’t care much for them when I first got back so I just put them in a stack with all the other mediocre photos. But looking back at them now, they evoke so many great memories. I feel these images, in all their grainy imperfection, really capture the vast emptiness of the highlands and some of the dramatic beauty of the Icelandic landscape. Continue reading Analog Iceland