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Monthly Archives: February, 2008

why commute by bike – by someone who knows something

So, I was on the phone yesterday talking to our BC sales rep in Vancouver discussing a new upcoming commuter bike product **wink, wink** and I asked him why he likes to ride his bike to work.  He didn’t have to think long, and replied:

It feeds my fitness, it takes one more car off the [...]

Thursday Night Ride – the weather is fine, justin is just not around, not sure how to say that in a quick header

No Thursday Night ride tonight… Justin is stuck in Reno selling stuff – so, we are off again. Hopefully next week we will be back on.  It doesn’t mean that you can’t get off of the sofa though – it just means that Justin won’t be there to hold hands and give warm hugs. Get [...]

Jay P takes the first 350 miles

Our buddy Jay Petervary rolled in first for the first 350 miles of the Iditarod Trail Invitational… that is a win you know.  There are two races in one. The first 350 miles is race one. The race then resumes to Nome for those willing and able to to take the next steps, thusly, race two. [...]

Do you ever feel like Lance Armstrong is following you?

Seriously, that dude is everywhere:

Keeping it local and fencing in a music video… watch it at stereogum

Bike or Plane… Bike or Plane…

Iditarod Trail Invitational

You think you are hard?

Well, you may be, but I know that you aren’t riding through Alaska in negative temperatures for 16+ hours a day for 17 or more days over a 1,100 miles.  We aren’t either, but we do have some die hard, kick ass friends who are.

Follow the race, check out the conditions, and [...]

Hole to another place – a happy place

On my drive home last night, a hole opened up in the sky. It was a true Care Bear moment, and I thought for a second, that jumping through that hole would take me to a happy place. I tried. It disappeared too fast, but not before I grabbed a picture.

The next day, today, it [...]

Just because it helps


Finally, a Thursday night ride is a go

Nuff said.
Look for this guy at Wissahickon… or just admire the style from a distance.  At least it will be dark – so avoid shining any lights in his direction, and if your lucky, you will be able to keep him out of your dreams.

Feeling… a… little… sleepy…

Unfair… was actually last Friday… was feeling sick… but… here we are.

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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