You ever heard of this guy Brody Leven? He is a nice guy and does rad stuff on skis. He made this video with our Continue reading Ride bikes. Ski mountains.
Tomorrow another clown gets their scepter. A mass of constituents will take to the mall to celebrate, while another mass takes to the streets to Continue reading The emperor has always been naked.
I first met Bergur a couple years ago in my travels to Iceland. Born and bred Icelander, this dude gets after it. He is one of the few people who humor my “bad ideas”, then tops them with his own. Continue reading Be Like Bergur
Went fer a bike ride last week. Started with 2 bottles of water and a 20oz coffee. Also in the pack was a banana, 4 CLIF Continue reading Yo dude, crazy ride.
The Colorado trail is, without a doubt, one of the most amazing linkups of singletrack in the mountains you will ever experience. The section from Silverton to Durango holds a special place in my heart. Nearly 2 decades ago, it introduced this punk kid from New York to what REAL mountains were. It got me hooked, and I have chased that big mountain high ever since. Continue reading ColoRADo trail race in 30 minutes
It wasn’t all bad. The prevailing theme for the Internet’s end-of-year thinkpieces is pretty clear. Everyone thinks 2016 was a bust, pointing to the election Continue reading 2016: And that, as they say, was that
I woke up this morning and wanted to ride bikes. To be fair, I wake up every morning and want to ride bikes, but today Continue reading Pulled 90 Miles Out of My Ass Today
Bikes and beers. Some folks get, some folks don’t. These kids get it. Continue reading Because Bikes and Beers
Here it comes, at you like a wrecking ball (sup Miley?). The week many will choose to celebrate the birth of homie Jesus Christ, going on Continue reading Bullshit You Don’t Need For The Holidays (Vol. 3)
My office Holiday party was last night. Many of you are probably going to one soon if you haven’t already. Maybe it’s tonight even. What Continue reading Go ahead, be that guy.
I took a little point and shoot 35mm film camera on the ride with me and recently I revisited the photos. I didn’t care much for them when I first got back so I just put them in a stack with all the other mediocre photos. But looking back at them now, they evoke so many great memories. I feel these images, in all their grainy imperfection, really capture the vast emptiness of the highlands and some of the dramatic beauty of the Icelandic landscape. Continue reading Analog Iceland