Category Archives: randomness
Later Minneapolis!

I had a blast at Frostbike, riding fatbikes, drinking, eating and hanging out with my dudes Jeff and Kyle! There’s much more on the way…

Feb 25, 2014 Comments are OFF
Today Was Incredible

My feet are still frozen but we had a blast on Lake Superior today exploring the ice caves along the coast. More to come!

Feb 24, 2014 1 comment
The Last Frames
This sunrise was incredible. Those clouds rolled over the mountain in a matter of minutes.

When you shoot a lot of film, you end with a few frames left over from time to time. Some of these photos are from my AWOL ride, others from MTB trails in Austin and a few randoms. None really mean much together but as individual frames, they tell their own story. Check out narrated photos in the Gallery!

Feb 7, 2014 4 comments
Grow Backwards with Joe Simon

“Grown ass men” having fun is right! Joe Simon’s a local here in Austin and I’ve shared many drinks with him. Talk about an inspirational individual!

Check out more about what it means to Grow Backwards with Joe Simon at Story and Heart.

Feb 3, 2014 1 comment
How to Be a Road Biker

A now-bald friend dropped this on me tonight. Yes, it’s ok to laugh and cheers to the dude with the Knob Creek during “recovery day”.

Jan 27, 2014 6 comments
Velocity Introduces Their New Clothes Hangers

No, it’s not April 1st, this one’s for real. In fact, it’s so real that it’s in stock now at the Velocity Web Shop… Tempting, isn’t it?

“Convinced there was a better use for leftover Australian-made rims (we now manufacture our rims in Jacksonville, Fla.), our in-house wheelbuilders at The Wheel Department set out to find it. We posted a picture of a prototype “upcycled” hanger online, and the response was overwhelming.”


Jan 24, 2014 1 comment
Johnnyrandom’s Bespoken

I found this experimental project to be pretty rad, mostly because I love how the experience of riding a bike as a kid can resonate through to your adult life and influence your work.

“Composer Johnnyrandom breaks new ground with musical compositions made exclusively from everyday objects. His debut single, “Bespoken”, explores the full potential of sounds generated from bicycles and their components, transcending the role of traditional instrumentation as the accepted method for creating beautiful and thought-provoking music. The following video gives a glimpse into the creative process behind this unique composition.”

Check out Bespoken on:

“Bespoken” on iTunes:
“Bespoken (Inverted MTB Remix) on iTunes:
“Bespoken” – A breakdown of selected sound elements:

Jan 21, 2014 5 comments