… Because summer is waning.
Summer’s here in sunny Los Angeles and on today’s ride, Graham decided it was an opportune time to catch some rays… Enjoy the weekend, y’all.
By the way, who knows this spot?
San Francisco, you’re always so much fun. Thanks to everyone who made this trip particularly exceptional. Now it’s time to head down the coast to Los Angeles but there’s much more to come from my stay here, so stay tuned!
This has nothing to do with cycling, unless you chose to ride in White Oak by Cone Denim. 110 year of making the fabric for some of the best jeans in the world. If you ever get the chance to buy a pair of White Oak denim, you won’t regret it.
Bobby, this came out good. Real good! Follow @klctvefusion on Instagram for updates.
… by Jeff Thrasher at the Team Dream Team HQ. We talked about everything from Pearl Jam tattoos to the what it’s like to live literally on the road for most of the year. Follow along with more of Jeff’s candid and comedic interviews at his Youtube Channel and #SelfieInterviewSeries.
A reset, not a reprogram, was needed. A friend reached out and offered a weekend of desert exploration and chakra realignment. Joshua Tree. A park named after the plant yucca brevifolia which received its common name by Mormon settlers who traversed the Mojave Desert in the mid-19th century. These tall, twisted giants were reminiscent of the Biblical character Joshua as he reached to heaven in prayer.
I figured with all the emails I’m receiving regarding the status on everything from bottles to kits, I’ll just make a post, beginning with a bit of a overall site status.
We lost our office last week. Bummer. The rent was hiked up way too high and we were essentially priced out. Things happen. Luckily, we were moved to a new space in the same complex. Yay. Unfortunately, we’re still having to move everything which believe it or not takes some time. It’s only been a year and yet it feels like we’ve just settled in. This week will be relatively slow on the site while we scramble for normalcy.
That said, all bottle orders shipped last Wednesday, so you should be receiving them shortly. ENDO customs finished the kits and they’re landing in Austin any day now. We’ll get your orders packed up and shipped as soon as possible. There’s also a surprise coming later this week, so squirrel away a couple dollars.
Thanks for all the support and thanks for understanding. We’re still a small operation here on the site, so when things move out of equilibrium, it takes us a bit to keep everything in order. If you have any comments, questions or other needs, drop them below.
How does a bicycle stay upright? Here’s a scientific look at the physics behind what we all pedal.
A reader sent this over and while it’s not 100% bike related, these guys are living the dream.
“In the Spring of 2014 a small group of close friends broke ground on a building project in Skamania County, Washington in the Columbia River Gorge. Their primary endeavor was a multi-platform tree house, but also included a skate bowl and a wood fired soaking tub as well. The crew came from all over the country and from a variety of backgrounds. Some were professional carpenters, others learned on the job, gaining experience along the way. The Cinder Cone is Foster Huntington’s short film that documents this year-long process of building his dream home with this community of tight knit friends.”
If you like coffee table books, head over to the Cinder Cone Build Book on Kickstarter.