Sorry Aaron Chase, for real. Sorry. You just gatta understand how silly you look “ripping it up” on that moped. For real. Can we please Continue reading my personal opinion on why electric bikes are good and why they are fucking stupid.
I’m not much for new and shiny. I mean that in the latest gadget fetish, newest model, next iPhone ball gargling kind of way. New Continue reading Create & Participate
Yes, I had the whole thing planned: Head down to West By God Virginia thursday morning with a bunch of beer, a couple bottles of Continue reading Dirt Rag DirtFest WV – Interview with Maurice
I’ve been wanting to ride the C&O Canal, Allegheny Pass for a very long time, yet for the last forever it never seemed “Epic” enough Continue reading you only have to believe…
This story comes to you from Callum, an acquaintance of mine in Tasmania. I met Callum last year at a pub in Woodend, Australia; a Continue reading The Bike Sale
last saturday at work i couldn’t get myself motivated to do anything productive. literally. i just couldn’t get my shit together enough to perform at Continue reading Like Marlon Brando, but bigger.
Out of all the pests in my area, and there are many, I most dislike ticks. Yes, sunny foggy centro-Northern California USA (on the Continue reading die gegen zecken
Mike Hall died racing the Indian Pacific Wheel Race. From the reports it was early in the morning when he was struck by a car Continue reading Everybody Gets a Turn
The Burning Man of bicycles. OP. #24hop. Old El Pablo. The big one. 24 Hour Town. It’s been called a lot of names. It’s the largest Continue reading Drunkcyclist’s Guide to 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo
After finding myself with a barn to work in and needing a new work bench for said barn, with the fact I have built a Continue reading How to build a kickass workbench
To me, it is a simple answer. A cyclist is a person who rides a bicycle. But somewhere along the way we have lost sight of this simplicity and started breaking into different tribes. Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: On Being a Cyclist