Category Archives: A Day in 10 Photos
A Day in 10 Photos 04.01.2012
For Billy, this was a much-needed and deserved break.

People always ask me why I don’t do A Day in 10 Photos posts that often anymore. My answer is simple: with the new blog format and gallery, it’s a lot easier for me to dump 40+ photos into a set and call it a day. ADi10P was an easy way for me to link to 10 important photos and then post more on Flickr but now, I have been putting them all in big photosets. Case in point are the “Randomness” posts I’ve been making recently. But today’s activities merited a return to “the” 10. And to be honest, this was only a few hours out of my day.

It’s summer already in Austin and with all the rain we’ve been having, the rivers, swimming holes and beaches are flooded. Both with water and people. Today, I took Murph from PDW and Billy down to the Greenbelt for some people watching and straight relaxing. Check out nine more photos below.

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Apr 1, 2012 5 comments
A Day in 10 Photos: 02.04.2012

The whole time I’ve been in Sydney, all I’ve wanted to do is go on a nice, long road ride and little did I know, I’d do just that on Saturday. So far, I’ve done a few spins with new friends and it’s been great. When Adam from CycleEXIF offered to take me to Wollongong to see Tarn and Meg at Primate Frames, I got excited. A quick look on the map showed it was at least 60 miles down the coast from Sydney. We chatted and I misunderstood Adam’s description, thinking we’d be on a ferry for most of the way, I showed up in sneakers on my road pedals, Dickies and a black shirt, toting 20 lbs or so of camera equipment on my back. Boy was I in for a surprise, and a sun burn.

Check out nine more photos below. Man, it’s been a while huh?

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Feb 5, 2012 Comments are OFF
A Day in 10 Photos: 10.28.2011

It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since I’ve been to Philly and yet, I’ve seen Tom and Tony more in that year than my own family. In many ways, those dudes are my family. They’ve been my best friends for what feels like forever and whether people realize it or not, are very responsible for fixed freestyle. Hell, Philly in general is the birthplace of the current state of fixed freestyle. Nostalgia aside, I had a blast today hanging out with the guys.

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Oct 28, 2011 Comments are OFF
A Day in 10 Photos: 10.01.2011 Recent Roll Road Ride

Saturday was the first longer ride I had been on since my tour. No matter how busy I am, I’ll always make it out for at least an hour each day. We’re lucky here. Just southwest of the city are some gnarly hill loops and while they’re no feat individually, when you string them together, back to back, you can quickly add up a lot of elevation. Each 10 mile loop is approximately 1,000′ of elevation so even if I only have an hour to ride, I know I can get my heart rate up. With the temperatures finally dropping a bit, Jon and I took off for a 50 mile hill loop and this time, I brought my T4 with me.

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Oct 3, 2011 Comments are OFF
A Day in 10 Photos: 09.25.2011

Yesterday was a blast. Aside from the 100 degree temperatures, I wouldn’t change a thing. Tony, Puckett and I went down to San Marcos to ride with AJ. He’s always trying to get us down there and every time I end up rolling through, I have a great time and yesterday was no exception. We ended the day by making a splash. Yes, that’s my P-Fix!

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Sep 26, 2011 Comments are OFF
A Day in 10 Photos: 06.17.2011 (MEL_ADi10P) – Roobaix Pre-Ride


As Seen on FYXO

Are you guys tired of seeing this cunt on the blog yet? Well, too bad! Last Friday, I pre-rode the 2011 Melburn Roobaix course with Mr. Track Cunt himself, Andy White of Fyxomatosis. We planned on doing a video and a photo series, so unbeknownst to where we would be riding, I brought along my full photo bag. Little did I know that we’d be doing the whole course and then some.

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Jun 19, 2011 Comments are OFF
A Day in 10 Photos: 06.13.2011 (MEL_ADi10P) – Cross Ride

After my road ride with Fyxo, I thought for sure it would be my most memorable experience down under. Monday was a national holiday here in Melbourne. Something to do with the queen, I dunno. When Andy and Dan’s original plan for a 3 day cross ride to the wilderness was thwarted by snow, we decided to do a one day cross ride. With Dan leading, we put our lives and our inner tubes in his hands as we set out from the CBD of Melbourne.

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Jun 14, 2011 Comments are OFF
A Day in 10 Photos: 06.10.2011 (MEL_ADi10P) – FYXO Road Ride

Last Friday I took the train out to Andy from Fyxomatosis‘ farm. We had planned on doing a road ride, regardless of the weather and although the forecast called for rain and cold temperatures at King Lake, we decided to trek out anyway. Knowing that we ride the same size road bike, Andy leant me his MX-Leader with Campy 10 and after a quick brekkie cooked by his lovely wife, we headed out in search of climbs, descents and animals.

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Jun 13, 2011 Comments are OFF
A Day in 10 Photos: 06.07.2011 (MEL_ADi10P)

Where do I begin with Mr. Andy White? For starters, he went to college in my home state of NC, lived in Canada, messengered in NYC, SF and now lives in Melbourne where he infects the world with Fyxomatosis. Over the years, my red bearded bretheren and I have hung out in the streets of Japan and over beer and burgers in NYC. Neither one of us ever thought I’d make it to Melbourne but alas, I’m here. Yesterday I chased Andy around on his lovely Llewellyn MAX roadie while he ran errands and got his coffee FYX.

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Jun 6, 2011 Comments are OFF
A Day in 10 Photos: 06.05.2011 (MEL_ADi10P)

Hot damn! What a day. After getting over severe jet lag, I woke up, built up my bike and headed to Saint Cloud in Melbourne to meet up with the local fixed freestyle dudes. About 12 guys showed up and we rode out to a spot just north of the city under the highway. It was a drainage ditch that spanned for miles and it had a couple of rad little cuts and hips you could hit. One of the riders I met today is Andy. He’s the guy who wins all the local comps. There’s one in every city…

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Jun 5, 2011 Comments are OFF