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Monthly Archives: January, 2008

Is that a “shank”?

We are in Vegas this week. You all know the story – it’s Vegas. There is not much to say about it really, but, damn man, a shank on the sidewalk? What’s wit dat?

Post Outdoor Retailer fun in the snow

Justin getting in on the fun… product testing… of course.

PT FUEL goes artistic

The Fuel headlamp is a pretty cool.

The Fuel headlamp as depicted in lite grafitti is even cooler.

Here we present a video, a very labour intensive and time consuming process done in Wyoming in the dead of winter. We tried to do it outside, but friends and volunteers only go so far when it comes to [...]

When you ride around the world chasing volcanoes- sometimes you have to be sideways

“Janick and I got back to Canada just in time to reunite with friends and family for the Holidays. As you might have caught glimpses of, 2007 has been yet another busy and eventful year on the road for us, mainly keeping on chasing volcanoes of the good old “Ring”. Between February and November 2007, we added some 8,000 kilometres, riding to, [...]

Thursday night ride – 3 weeks and counting

Tonight is off due to weather (and some other stuff)
… and the two weeks following are off due to PT biz related travel (damn work)
The ride will be back on after that – so stay tuned for the details on when we will be rolling next.

Corona Bike in Brazil

early morning bike commuting in the winter seems to have affect

No additional studies needed – see Justin. 

The children are our engineering future

Engineering is pretty cool. Student engineering is really cool. 
Human Powered Submarine Team’s are wicked cool.

 The University of Florida has one, and we are glad to help ‘em out.

…and we love your whiskey

It’s gonna be a good weekend:

Thursday Night Ride at Wissahickon

It’s on!
Look for Justin:

Hitting the road. That’s what this is all about.

 

Life at PT sure is interesting, but it’s what happens when we saddle up and head out of Bordentown that fuels our passion and provides inspiration. Our travels present the opportunity to explore new places, see old friends, meet strangers that grow into old friends, and share our enthusiasm for the outdoors. www.livingonthedash.com is our outlet to share these experiences.

 

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