Oh, yes I did. Three (3) hours. Which is a lot more than I’ve done for quite some time. The last time I went by Continue reading Jonny got his ride on
Press release: AEG has announced details of the inaugural Amgen Tour of California Women’s International Time Trial Challenge presented by Specialized and SRAM, which will Continue reading AEG ToC Women’s TT
I almost made it home early one morning without encountering a car. Two passed me when I got back to my midtown location. Dodge Flower! Continue reading Being All In. Or, All Under a Truck
I found myself sprinting out of work Friday at noon on a mission to get to Gallup,NM. Granted it’s not the first place somebody would point Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Dawn til Snow
A couple a weekends ago I went out to see a new line that has just been built at Beacon Hill in Spokane, Wa. The Continue reading Our local Beacon Hill in Spokanastan
I know that all cyclists down are tragic and horrible. This one, especially so. Father and son out sharing a ride, much like sharing a Continue reading Cyclists down. North Carolina.
I’m cooked. Not baked or fried, but I think I pedaled in the blazing sun long enough today that I could be considered human jerky. Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Long Rides and Human Jerky
But he can sure ride a bike! I just returned from spending two weeks abroad in Seoul, S. Korea, Shanghai and Beijing, China and damn, Continue reading Charlie Don’t Surf
So, I took a short break from the site. It was a much needed hiatus. I had some soul searching to do, some apologies to Continue reading A lot of shit can happen in a month.
I posted a reply to someone else’s post about Congresswoman Gifford’s status, in essence calling bullshit on the whole, “I heard it form a guy Continue reading Some good news…
It’s getting very hot in Tucson. The map shows pink areas. This ain’t pretty. But there are no mosquitoes here, yet. My time in Tucson Continue reading Current status: Bicycles: 2 ea. 1 ton trucks: 2 ea.
I have always had a love/hate relationship with the Superstition mountains to the east of Phoenix. It is where the suburbs stop and the mountains begin. Therefore, Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Finding hidden gold in the Superstitions