It takes a hundred miles of love to heal a mile of pain. – Ben Harper Like many of you, I self-medicate with the bicycle. Continue reading Therapy
Sometimes you just gotta say fuckit and build a giant rope swing Continue reading Sometimes you just gotta say fuckit
…if you are looking for quality pictures, insight into the next trend/movement/direction the cycling industry is headed, or name drops, head somewhere else Continue reading My 2013 NAHBS
Well, it’s Monday. The kick in the junk that ends every great weekend. I am here to help you kill some time with a bunch of links that I have been collecting. You’re welcome. Continue reading Monday Link Dump
Here in Wisconsin, and other bitterly cold regions of the world, it’s getting to that point in winter where we begin asking ourselves questions like, Continue reading Operación Grande Pesce
Some people look to 24 hour racing for the personal challenge, some to play on a team, and others just want to enjoy the event Continue reading 24 Hours In The Old Pueblo: Long Loops, Big Smiles
This past week has been a good week for the cycling industry, less Lance more innovation. Tony Pereira and Ira Ryan have decided to merge Continue reading Pereira Cycles + Ira Cycles= Breadwinner Cycles
You might remember the pre-24 Hour stoke post from 3am when I couldn’t unglue my eyes from the Bitchy Tutorial from Officine Sfera. Don’t judge Continue reading Humpday Magic
As Cupcake so eloquently pointed out a few days ago, it is a holiday weekend around these parts. No, we aren’t talking about George Washington. Continue reading Here we go again!
So I woke up 2 hours before my alarm, it’s 3:00am. Trying to figure out if I have the pre flight gitters, or just excited Continue reading Old Pueblo Old Pueblo, How I Long Thee.
Sometimes fun stings, and sometimes you wake up on your living room floor with no pants on, clutching a gallon of water with a new tattoo your side. Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Sometimes fun stings
Now that Lance Armstrong has had his Tour titles erased from the history books, Greg Lemond is the only American winner of the Tour de Continue reading Greg Lemond is the only American winner of the Tour de France