Category Archives: food
Brian Dunsmoor of Hatchet Hall is Riding for Chefs Cycle
Brian's Cinelli Work Bike

As cyclists, very few of us make a living riding bikes. In fact, I’d say probably 3% of the readers of this site fall within that category. This is all merely speculation of course, but I will say with great certainty that almost all of you have a job of some sort that you spend time performing. Sure, we all find time to squeeze in bike rides when we can, but unfortunately we spend a great deal of our lives working.

So when you have the opportunity to mix business and pleasure, you probably take it. That’s where Brian Dunsmoor of Culver City’s Hatchet Hall comes into the story. Brian is the head chef of the ‘Hall and a dedicated cyclist. He’s been training for the past few months for a benefit ride called Chefs Cycle, a P2P fundraiser working to raise awareness and funds for No Kid Hungry. Brian, along with other chefs are riding from Carmel to Santa Barbara in an attempt to help put a stop to child hunger. (more…)

May 19, 2016 38 comments
Rad Reportage: SRAM Trail House Day 02
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Unlike the first day of the SRAM Trail House media event, today I opted for a 35mm point and shoot in a hip bag, instead of my 5D in a hydration pack. That means, no photos just yet, but because I’m never without camera, I did get a few photos of food and landscapes – people like that right? No bike photos today!

We’re about to head out to hit Porcupine, a Moab favorite and I can’t wait. As always, more to come…

Mar 23, 2014 Comments are OFF
Chris King’s Gourmet Century 2012
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Hey, I like food and I love riding in Portland. If you do too, you should really check out an event Chris King is putting on called the “Gourmet Century“. It’ll be around 60 miles (+/- 100k) and 1,000′, just enough to work up an appetite. Head over to Chris King for registration.

May 24, 2012 1 comment