I have a buddy named Paris Gore, he’s a young photog that is coming into the biz swinging hard and shooting people between the eyes. Continue reading My lil buddy Paris… he’s a sharpshooter.
From Velonews: Hincapie (BMC Racing) rode on nine championship teams, guiding Lance Armstrong, Alberto Contador and Cadel Evans to yellow. He brought that selflessness to Continue reading Goodbye, Baller (aka Hincapie retires.)
…which means you need a new desktop background. Proceeds go to making more cool shit for all of you. On an unrelated topic: who all Continue reading A New Month is Coming…
I rolled up to a bmx jam that was at UTF in Spokane that Kurt Rowell put on this last Sunday. He provided hotdogs, buns Continue reading Spokane BMX jam…
It’s Monday. It sucks. We have to do it. We have to fund the fun. But we don’t have to like it. I hope you Continue reading Monday Motivation
I rode up the Flagstaff Climb at the finish of yesterday’s stage of US Pro Cycling Challenge outside of Boulder. I was joined by some Continue reading Flagstaff Climb Beer Handup
When I rid this ride in 2010, I pedaled super hard way back then. It took 7 hours n’ 30 minutes flat, podium for the last five and Continue reading Tour of the White Mountains Countdown
The lads at bicycleradio.com always put together a great show — if you have not listened before you owe it to yourself to check them Continue reading Tonight on BicycleRadio.com
Back in Missoula I had the pleasure of riding bikes and hanging out with Meg Fisher, and luckily I can also call her a friend. Meg is Continue reading Pre-Paralympic Interview: Meg Fisher
All this talk of dirt and rides of various assortment has done the job of keeping it (riding) at the forefront of mind, but it Continue reading Schemes. Bikes. 12 Hour Bike Rides.
I’ve got a few things on the docket for you this week—-including a review of a killer bike, the Civilian Luddite—and the further you scroll Continue reading The Sunday Spore with D2: Rampant Spew Edition
When you drive through the desert southwest it is impossible to miss all the giant fins and domes of dirt everywhere. Eons of erosion spreading out like Continue reading It’s about the Dirt