BUI Podcast: Episode Who Keeps Track of this Shit Anyway?

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On the docket:

Ride for Reading

Fruita trip

Protected intersections

Various curses and swears


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I am a writer and a photographer. I never killed a man in Reno, but I once rode a bike through a casino in Vegas. Bikes are cool, huevos rancheros are for breakfast, whiskey is for dinner. Denver, Colorado, USA

6 Replies to “BUI Podcast: Episode Who Keeps Track of this Shit Anyway?”

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  3. So if you ride a rigid fork because you prefer it for whatever reason, when someone asks you, you should lie, and pretend, what, you’re just too poor to get a socially acceptible suspension fork, or are in some other way ashamed of… your choice of bicycle fork… for fear of being judged, as image-centric, by people who would judge you based on what equipment you’re riding… cause they’re not image-centric… wat…

    That’s quite a downward spiral of delicate social butterfly bullshit right there.

    Just as there are reasons anyone has for, say, riding steel, or hardtails, or singlespeeds, or all the above, there are also reasons people like rigid forks sometimes. Usually the same reasons. Because of the way they handle and feel, the simplicity, reliability, and maintenance load. That’s it, it’s not really a big deal. No mustache required. If someone wants to know why and asks, they probably want an answer, not a bunch of navelgazing and highschool-level social melodrama.