Today is an important day around here at DC. A couple years ago I wrote a post in honor of our friend Kyle and how his Continue reading It is time to find the time. Ode to a friend.
By definition, I am the furthest thing from an athlete. But when you have any hobby that dominates your life and also involves some form Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: The Beer Century
Before I was an Arizonan, I was a New Yorker. The first 24 years of my life were spent in all corners of that wonderfully diverse Continue reading Riding Hurricane Sandy
We got this nice little write-up of the Bearjaw race from Thom F. Anyone who has done a relay race knows the unique atmosphere in Continue reading Bearjaw 2012
I am a huge advocate of the four day work week. Put in four strong days, take three to have fun. If I’m ever a Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Skip Work Today and Ride
I’ve done some shit in my life. I would seriously never consider this. I’d sure as hell be there to drink-n-heckle though. -bp.
Last December, myself and a few buddies did a ride from the little resort town of Puerto Peñasco, Mexico back to Arizona. We rode for 5 Continue reading Mexico, Friends, and Fatbikes
Seems like the mascot has been chosen for the UCI world championships for 2013. Apparently this is not an intentional joke? Thanks to TD and Continue reading you gadda be kiddin me…
I have always liked Greg best. I had posters of him on my wall. I have a painfully easy to see Team Z jersey for Continue reading Long Live The American
Despite all the recent happenings in the cycling word over the past few weeks, bikes still get ridden here at DC, and for me that Continue reading Civilian Luddite Review, Part 2
By now, the whole world has seen Martyn Ashton’s Bike Party, the outtakes are pretty cool too. Seems like a pretty laid back cat and he Continue reading Martyn Ashton – Road Bike Party Outtakes
With all this doping scandal bullshit in the cycling and mainstream media, it is easy to forget that there is a bunch of other really cool stuff Continue reading Just A Friendly Reminder