I rode my trainer out in the garage for an hour about a week ago. Watched the ’95 Tour on video cassette. It was 44 Continue reading People I work with…
You know you want to rock this shit: 1. Bush: End of an Error 2. That’s OK, I Wasn’t Using My Civil Liberties Anyway 3. Continue reading New bumper stickers for ’08
Steroid Nation could use some help, if you’re game, pitch in. I am sure we could find some interesting doping stories from the bike side Continue reading Steroid Nation
When you’re out drinking and carrying-on this weekend, here are a few things to get into a thick discussion (or heavy fight; your choice…) over Continue reading Let’s get all wound up for the weekend.
Someone told me once when I get to the end of my rope make a knot and hang on. Fuck that Im ready to crack. Continue reading Friday, you sure took your time getting here.
File this under “god damned stupid”. A man trying to pay a fee using $2 bills was arrested, handcuffed and taken to jail after clerks Continue reading Happy Friday Link Dump
Lessons of our Childhood Remember the time the three of us played crack the whip and Greg crashed his bike so bad he had to Continue reading poem for thursday.
I mentioned in a previous post that the Tour de Fat has been cancelled for 2008. And, most likely, beyond. The bash of bands, bad Continue reading Tour de Fat is dead. Long live Tour de Fat.
I call this good news: A Spanish businessman withdrew a controversial lawsuit Wednesday against the family of a teenage boy he struck and killed while Continue reading Biker Down: Enaitz Iriondo Update
From: Marc Subject: Ride fight Hey Big J; Now that I’m living back in sunny Newport Beach, I’ve been riding Pacific Coast Hwy a bit. Continue reading Keeping it old school
Randy He came at night, dinnertime His car parked down the hill along the roadway, The snow was falling diagonally behind him, the flakes lit Continue reading Thursday’s Poem – Randy
I will never understand how search engines work. I mean, I understand it in a general sense. As much as I understand anything, I suppose. Continue reading What brings ’em to DC