I’m a big fan of the Slam That Stem blog. Mostly ‘cuz I love looking at the candy. (Archive of said candy here.) However, I do Continue reading To slam, or not to slam: that is the question.
While most of us were down in the desert 24 hour racing a couple weeks ago, a few DC affiliates were keeping it real back Continue reading A Little Something For Your Friday
I ran into Daryl from Form Cycles at the SSAZ afterparty a few weeks back and we got to talking about his bikes for this year’s NAHBS. The Continue reading Behind the Scenes at Form Cycles
Stopped in at the local IBD yesterday and the owner was leaning up against his latest build. It looked so sweet I asked for pics Continue reading Bike porn
This should just about wrap up most of the content from my fatbike trip down to Mexico. Although I have been known to take off Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty:Through the Lens
Here is a little snippet of my fatbike trip down in Mexico. We were fortuante enough to have a real deal photographer on this trip and he Continue reading Video for the Weekend
Yep. First one. Yesterday afternoon. Cell phone pic on the quick. Came out reasonable under the circumstances. She is stoked. And so am I. Joe Continue reading The first Christmas bike from Sunday Cycles
Perhaps not a true cyclist in the terms many would commonly employ. But, the man certainly could ride a bicycle if and when he chose Continue reading Christopher Hitchens
Let me tell you about my November, because it’s been pretty damn good. Let’s start from the beginning. This first point may have actually Continue reading You Ever Been to (New) Mexeeecooo???
I dig what Hawk does. Not only that he’s inhouse, but then that he gets it done all around. So here goes; This work fronts Continue reading Hawk Werk
Recently, DC was featured in an article about cycling blogs in i-D Magazine from the UK. I just wanted to share our little blurb from the piece: Continue reading DC/iD
I’ve seen this image before, countless times, and in countless other places. It draws me in. Works every time. It is the Colt 45 of Continue reading Jobst Brandt on the Passo di Gavia, c. 1970s