I’ll not be in attendance at this Friday’s summit in Flagstaff as we’re taking the kids to Sea World over the weekend. It will be Continue reading Wide Fucking Open
Wait a sec… money for riding your bike? This can’t be true. Can it? Well, according to the super fine print we mentioned in a Continue reading Federal bailout for bicycles?
This’ll probably be covered soon in more detail by the Tucson Lawyering Crew, but with Gnome at the P.E.E. and this in the paper, I Continue reading Tucson Driver Indicted
A follow up to the Bike Down post on Saturday: —– Original Message —– From: Barbara LaWall To: pyramidcoaching Sent: Sunday, December 07, 2008 12:36 Continue reading The latest out of Tucson
Let’s start at the beginning: There was an accident during El Tour de Tucson this year. The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is looking for a Continue reading Biker down
File this under: You gotta be shitting me. Oct 14th, 2008 | WASHINGTON — The Bush administration is taking steps to make it easier for Continue reading Bush to open national parks to mountain bikes
My dad told me a story one time. Here goes, One day a man goes to a conference talking about how to be a better Continue reading Less Talkie more Doie
I only hope so… Bicyclists to get own day on Chicago streets Parkways will be closed to autos What would streets be like without cars? Continue reading Coming to a town near you
This story just came out (AFP) – former Northern Arizona University runner – qualified in the 1500: will be the U.S. flag bearer at the Continue reading My Man Lopez Lomong to bear Olympic Flag!
So, this guy Ryan sends Gnome and I a lot of emails. I post most, if not all, of them. This one was a complete Continue reading Legally Speaking
Gnome’s post sure got a lot of Flagstaff attention lately, especially from people not usually associated with Drunkcyclist. It was clear from the moment i Continue reading Trail Redux: how to quiet dissent
Another one in from our boy Chris. Keep’n it real, he is. From: Chris Subject: Juan Grande, Let me get right to the point. It Continue reading Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure