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November 1st, 2013 · No Comments · selection
All the treats from last month… – I’ve never been into wooden bikes, but a Tokyo shipwright making pretty bikes? I like this man’s versatility. [via T Magazine] – “Ride with people who are excited, happy” and lots more food for thought in this interview by Velonews with Tim Johnson. – The Cannondale p/b Cyclocrossworld.com […]
May 1st, 2013 · 2 Comments · selection
It’s been a pretty unbelievable month. Other than the fact that I’ll be swaggering for the rest of the year [at least!], here are a few favorites from April… – This month’s contribution from Josh: BarBumps. Prepare for LOLZ. [via Bike Rumor] – Past loves: Bernie being predictably charming, while playing the Air Attack bongos. […]
April 25th, 2013 · 2 Comments · pro, road rides
I am bookending the week with another favorite pro cyclist. Tim Johnson and crew left Boston yesterday on the first leg of their 525 mile trip to Washington, D.C. to raise money and awareness for peopleforbikes.org. It’s a great cause, and if you live along the route, you are obligated to go heckle Chan. There […]
My friends are doing my blogging for me this week, it seems. The season 3 finale of Behind the Barriers is up and I even got a drunken cameo [Thanks, Sam!]. Go watch for a last good dose of CX and cowbells until the fall! UPDATE: And that’s why these guys are awesome.
February 21st, 2013 · 2 Comments · pro, tokyo
Bloggers are generally really weird. It takes one to know one, so trust me on this. The degree of weird varies, but anyone who chooses to spend their free time talking into an anonymous public space is either desperately lonely, has stunted social skills, or is too prideful to let go of the reality that […]
January 14th, 2013 · No Comments · food, reviews
I’ve thinking, despite all the snow we got yesterday, about this past summer, when I cycled through sticky heat with bottles filled with slightly diluted Aquarius. I used the sports drink in powder form so I could water it down, but for a good three months, attempts at hydration usually resulted in uncomfortable, sugary yet […]