Monthly Archives: July, 2007
We are very lucky to live in an area rich in American history. We have postedÂ a fewÂ times about rides on the D&R Canal path, but have never pointed out any of the history related to it. Don’t worry – we’re not gonna get all history geek on ya’, but sometimes there isÂ some cool stuff out [...]
Dive at Night with Kalen and the crew at Dutch Springs:
“Night Diver Course Â Aug 8, 15, 18!Â Â
Â When you go night diving you’ll see a whole new world. Even your local dive site takes on a new personality at night, as many underwater creatures and plant life (different from those you see during the day) are [...]
We are psyched to post that we have added another event to the schedule:
18 Hours on the Farm “Scouts’ Honor”
Saturday and Sunday: AugustÂ 18 & 19, 2007
We will be there renting lights and also doing a lil bit of racing…
If you need some lights for the race, shoot us a note.
Great riding, heavy rain, and late night socializing â€“ all things you know and come to expect after many years at Pedros Fest. 2007 was no different with the exception of the new venue in Hancock, MA. The new location supposedly serves as an organic apple orchard the other 362 days of the year (although [...]
Justin, Ryan and Dave rollin on the D&R… and followed by some chillaxing in New Hope, Pa.
Princeton Tec’s Switchback light system has been called out in I.D. Magazine’s annual design review in the consumer products category. What is I.D. Magazine? It’s the leading design bible of and for design peeps (graphic designers, architects, designers…) that reports on stuff that looks good and works great.
Since 1954, the Annual Design Review has recognized [...]
A two weekend in a row break from the hectic endurance racing scene meant the rare opportunity for a vacation. This time it was a trip to Colorado for some relaxation and time out of the saddle. Sightseeing in Denver, Wedding party in Evergreen, riding in Leadville (could not resist!), backpacking in Aspen, hiking in [...]