Category Archives: randomness
After finally slowing down, and slipping into my routine back home, I got bombarded with out of town company. Austin’s a city that fairs well with guests. Typically, all I have to do is take my friends to my local spots and they have a blast.
Unlike previous trips, I rode around without a camera, but as the saying goes: the best camera is the one you have on you. Here are two iPhone photos from this past week that embodies how I like to ride my cross bike in Austin.
Iceland is in my top 10 destinations for a fatbike / MTB tour. I’m extremely jealous of the Poler crew!
Sorry for the lack of posts today. I forgot to set an alarm and slept in til 3pm. Talk about jetlag!
At any rate, here’s a video for Wholesome Bakery’s new Indiegogo campaign.
State Bicycle Co was at Tempe’s Costume Cross 2 this year to race, party, have fun and shoot a rad little video. Check it out! That guy’s got a great costume, BTW…
Nature is so metal…
While you’re reading this, I’m most likely sleeping, recovering from a long day trip down to the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. Hey, driving all day really takes it out of ya. Apologies for the slow weekend, it’s my last few days in Melbourne and I’m trying to squeeze in some riding time. I’ll catch up on Monday with more Photosets…
For now, check out more photos at my Flickr and get out on your bike today!
When I’m in Melbourne, I usually set up my desk at Shifter Bikes and it’s not just because I enjoy shooting all of the Beautiful Bicycles that come through the door. I really enjoy Dan’s company and being able to rant with someone about life’s little difficulties… Blah blah blah bicycles.
With the Melbourne Cup coming this weekend he’s closing shop, so today will be the last day I’ll be there working. If you’re out and about, or you’ve got a bike to share, swing by!
Please, tell me this is only a joke. Please. Also, am I crazy to think that it’d be fun to take that bike off-road?
I like simple accessories like this and Peonfx has done a great job here. Scoop up a Ride Cushion here!
NSMB lays down the 30 or so steps to becoming a mountain biker. I skipped all this and went straight to coffee. Where’s the part about growing out your leg hair and leaving your lycra at home? That ain’t happening…
… and we’ve got coozies! More details to come. For now, I just want to thank All-City for getting behind this event!