Monthly Archives: May, 2007
This looks like it will be a week of quick posts – holiday weekends take a lot out of us.
Ernesto sent over this sick pic that was taken of him during 24 Hours of Conyers. The photo was shot by Carl Mesta – you should definitely check out his stuff.
Check out Kentâ€™s newly and temporarily named â€œGreen Bikeâ€â€¦ as always, the EOS is out in front and we love the basket strap. Sweet style.
Kalen is pretty serious about diving, and maybe more serious about light – and probably less serious about shoes. This is photographic evidence of the first two,Â but Kalen’s bare feet will be kept private due to certain visitors sensitivity – just take our word for it.
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Read what Justin Lichter has to say during his stop over at Trail Days:
This weekend was a bit of a change of pace from the hectic endurance mountain bike racing scene. In the early hours of the morning, there isnâ€™t anybody riding in circles through the woods, but instead hikers dancing around a fire circle to the repetitive beat of the bongos. Pounding electrolight drinks and gel shots [...]
That sums it up for this years Manhattan Cup.
Once again Princeton Tec supported a great cause to help raise money to save the waterways for our kids and for fishing. The proceeds from the tournament areÂ directed to fighting dumping in Jamiaca Bay, beach access, and promoting a childrens fishing programÂ – “Hooked-for-a-lifetime”.
The Cup is [...]
We will have a bunch of posts from various events on Monday (or even possibly on Tuesday).Â
A sneak peak:Â
Dave (head sales guy) will be reporting from The Fishermanâ€™s Conservation Associationâ€™s Manhattan Cup -Â “Catch and Release” fishing tournament in NYC. The tournament is to benefit the marine waters of NY, NJ and CT.Â The weather [...]
Here is a guest post from Eric WeverÂ of Pisgah Productions on the 5th Annual Pisgah MTB Adventure (a really cool race concept – if you don’t have awareness – you really need to check it out)… Thanks Eric.
“Hey there Princeton Tec and LIVINGontheDASH!Just a note here to tell Thanks for your support of the [...]
We love to see how people use our stuff and we love this usage.Â The Corona a really diverse and oft misunderstood lamp – long burntimes, super bright (not for distance, but a great flood light), small and durable…
Thanks to and courtesy of DaveÂ :