Right on Main Avenue, near the train tracks and the Western edge of the Dunbar Spring neighborhood, is a building housing Jimbo, a cyclist woodworker, Continue reading My neighborhood framebuilder: Ed of LaSuprema Bicycles
Welcome to This Old Bike. Today on This Old bike, some unsettling news from Seattle: Mother Katie’s kid-towing, hill crushing bike has been stolen. “This Continue reading Today is my birthday, and I found out…. damn it all to… Another episode of…
I’m sitting square in the middle of my third winter well south of the snow line. I’d be lying if I said I missed it. Continue reading Zip Zag
This morning I woke up at 6am, coughing. I layed in bed, holding my pee, and coughing. I was hoping I could lay in bed Continue reading “What’s Judi mad about this week?”
This weekend rediscovered the joys of being off the bike, and Sunday was perfect. I have since Saturday been deep in the finer side of Continue reading Can a dog figure out the umbrella?
My view – notice not from the right side but from the center of the lane. I’m moving very fast. I think that the most Continue reading My view
This should just about wrap up my take on Interbike 2010. Give it a read, then we can get back to shit-talking dopers, riding, and drinking. Continue reading One for the road.
So lets forget all the bullshit about Interbike going back to Cali. We still have one year left in Sin City and the festivities start Continue reading Interbike cometh
New Ann Arbor non-profit fundraising to buy tools to fix bicycles for free Molly Kleinman says Ann Arbor was overdue for a group like Common Continue reading Pay it forward
2000 Landshark cyclocross world touring mountain expedition go anywhere bicycle. Currently locked to my roof rack on my truck in North Seattle. I am open Continue reading The Landshark is for sale – yes, you read it right. FOR SALE.
Oh, right, here it is. How’d Lance do today? This was such a jolly weekend. Quite jolly, in fact. Jolly enough to make me feel Continue reading Look, a Fire! Where the Hell’s My Gasoline?
Imagine you need to change the cable on your dream honey road bike, the one you adore, and you come across this: Pictured here is Continue reading Most challenging (bicycle) repair ever: conquered