As I was living in America, on the very tip of the edge of cutting off a piece of the newest in new, I checked Continue reading the fusion of exultation and degradation sold as youth in tomorrow’s market today
D2 and self sat down for a chat with Ernest Gagnon a few weeks back, and here is the result. We put the typical dick Continue reading BUI Podcast: Ernest Gagnon Interview
Here’s to all the #realgirlsthatride and the stay-at-home dudes of the world. You make everything way more better. That’d be Jessica Serdowich on the bike, she be Continue reading Be a man, do the dishes.
Some things are best kept away from the outlet; cars, weedwackers, stairs, towel dispensers, can openers, drivetrains, and most certainly mountain bikes are a few Continue reading E-Bikes: Recharging the Dumb in Mountain Biking
We’ve often mentioned that February is usually the busiest month on our bike calendar for the year. The weather is phenomenal and friends are visiting, Continue reading Bikemonger’s Desert Soirée
A couple months ago my friend Danimal invited me to San Francisco to join him on a big dumb stupid ride. At the time he was Continue reading Golden Gate Gong Show
This will be quick. Haven’t broadcasted it too loudly, but I left my job in Chicago and decided to bike tour across the country. Yorktown, Continue reading Getting shot at in the Potomac River, naked, in the dark
Ommmmmmmm – In this line of work, asanas are reserved for the barstool, my shiva ain’t high and I sure don’t have much bhakti, but Continue reading Drunk Yoga is Aiiight
This guy just told me what I was already thinking. Coincidentally, I’m about to set off on my own long ride. Continue reading I was just thinking that…
Very recently, as in like three days ago, I recapped the last portion of the journey Dirty and I made to Iceland last summer. During Continue reading Lauf Forks ~ Innovation from the Frosty North
I don’t know anything about the Silverdome and I’m definitely not going to take any time out of my day to Google it… But I Continue reading Silver what?
We had completed the main goal of the trip, so packing up the truck to head back to Reykjavik felt a bit like heading home. Continue reading Dances with Elves – Exit Strategy