An important update about why we suck

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You may or may not have noticed that there hasn’t been many new posts on the main site lately…

Well, it’s not because we don’t have anything to say. It’s because the site is kinda broken. None of us know what the fuck we are doing, or really have the time to be frustrated right now. So we enlisted the help of some more computer savvy friends to help us get it fixed. Hopefully this drunk ship will be sailing again soon enough.

We have still been doing our thing over on the  Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Instagram sites. So stay tuned over there and we’ll let ya know when the words start to fly again here on the main page.

Thanks for reading and thanks for your patience. We have a lot of good stuff coming your way once we get this shit all sorted out.


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About dirty biker

I am a fan of singletrack, singlespeeds, single women and single malt. Currently in Carbondale, CO Follow on Instagram @dirty_biker

10 Replies to “An important update about why we suck”

  1. And he is enjoying his life far too much to care, which gets so much up my nose that I’m going cycling in Viet Nam next year just to spite him!

    Fuck Yez.

  2. cool, I can now wear a kit representing a defunct web site. thanks. Big Johnny and Snake should be fucking hostile!

  3. Where’s el Gnomo when you need him? Wasn’t he a wordpress rock star or something? And Littlejar. He could help us through this.

    PS— I rode my bike two days this past weekend and froze ma dam feet.

  4. Mikey,

    I’d love to help but I’m busy crusading against potholes at the moment.

    I’m sure that it’ll work out in the end.

  5. I say you chaps, if you’d like me to take a gander at it, just say the word. I’m sure we could get your jolly little site back up to tickety boo in no time at all.
    Good afternoon gents.
    Bikesy UK.

  6. Hey, hello from Canada,

    This message is from one of the Canucks some of you had the priviledge of meeting at ” The Surly Wench” in Tuscon a few weeks back. It was a great drunk and a fun exchange of national likes and differences. Our freestyle drinking that Sunday afternoon left me staggering my way home with the munchies. Thanks for a great time.
    Pat and Scott, the offer is still up to visit western Canada for a new cycle experience. We have lots of places that you can stay and lots of local knowledge on cycling. Take care guys, Great to meet you.

    Florine and (Lorelei currently at work)