I don’t much in the way of adventures or insight into life to share. All I’ve been doing it packing my belongings into boxes, getting Continue reading My life is boring
I’ve written a lot of words about this bike, most of them glowing words. There’s not much bad to say about the bike, so let’s Continue reading The Sunday Spore with D2: The Third and Final Niner One9 Review!
Todd is a – – Baller, shot caller, Twenty-nine inch blades, on his Swerks-pala. Other riders gettin’ dropped tonight. Spare tube’s rolled tight, gonna stay Continue reading WASSSSSUP TODD?
As the guy who knows how to read over here at Drunkcyclist, I often get books sent to me for reviews; this is the Continue reading DC Book Review: ‘GOLD’ by Chris Cleave
On Monday, Variety announced that James Eskrine and New Black Films, who together created “One Night in Turin” and “From the Ashes,” are now producing a film about Continue reading The Accidental Death of a Cyclist
There is no crying in baseball, and there may be a little crying in figure skating. But it appears there is plenty of crying in cycling and Continue reading Tuesdays With Dirty: There is No Crying in Cycling
Last week, Dirty sent me this article about the mountain biking, cupcake scarfing and soon to be Olympian, Lea Davison. We all know that to Continue reading Catching up with Lea Davison
Don’t have much time to post this morning, unfortunately, but I wanted to share a photo I snapped in the men’s room in a vegetarian Continue reading The Sunday Spore With D2: Bathroom Stall Edition
We could use some rain here in Colorado, even though they say the soil that was burned during the Waldo Canyon Fire is so degraded Continue reading Caption This
Some how, at the end of the day, it’s the bike that brought us here to talk shit, stick up for a cause or share Continue reading We’re all here for the same reason…
Today I had two kick-ass MTB photographers (this guy and this guy) recommend this slideshow to me. I figured it was probably worth 6 minutes Continue reading Dreams of Nepal (photos by Sterling Lorence)