Once again, the Surly crew is raising the bar on what can be done with a Pugsley. Thanks to the boys over at Cafe Revolution for Continue reading Fatties Flip Fine
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Here are 3 events happening in over the next few weeks that really caught my attention. Here at DC we like to support the people that support us. So, if you are near any these parties, try to check them out. Continue reading Upcoming Events
I’m typing this from a Super 8 motel in Grand Junction, Colorado as we unwind from yet another amazing ride. We have been on the Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Why we do it.
You think Wilfried’s got better things to do with his time than smile nice for the camera? Image source: http://cyclisme-cb.blogspot.com/2007_02_01_archive.html. My God. He’s looking at Continue reading Wilfried Nelissen
I revisited Tour of The White Mountains again this year. This time on DC’s ticket & proud to represent. Thanks Gnome for making it happen. Continue reading Tour of the White Mountains recap
Last Tuesday, the coughing and hacking continued, all night long according to Dominic. My DR called in 5 days of Prednisone for the inflammation. By Continue reading Gun Club CX Crash DNF
The one and only Domenic Malvestuto. In Arizona, he was known by one name alone. And that was Domenic. He was born in 1943. His Continue reading Domenic R.I.P.
I read this on the Velonews comment section back in February and thought it was worth sharing… Hey, I’ve been busy! From 1996 to 2005, Continue reading Suspicion & Armstrong go together like peanut butter & toast
Yesterday I made my triumphant return to bike shop employment. Just one day a week, part time during the peak season. That’s right, while most of the country is Continue reading Tuesdays with Dirty: Old skills, new tools
I wasn’t able to make it track nationals, but someone did share this gem with me. Looks like there some serious action in LA last Continue reading Fear the Mullet
This image would have been taken around 1990 or 1991. Just look at that sneer. I can’t imagine the man was much afraid of anything. Continue reading Wilfried Nelissen