Monthly Archives: March, 2008
The Princeton Tec facility and offices are kind of in the middle of nowhere. By this I mean that there is not much within walking distance (or even for taking a quick pedal to grab lunch)… the back of our property as we have shown hereÂ before has a small trail system that we walk, and [...]
This upcoming weekend is Beneath the Sea. For those that don’t know – it is America’s largest consumer scuba and dive travel show, and yes, you guessed it – it is in New Jersey. If you dive, and you like stuff related to dive, there is not a better place to be (other than actually [...]
On the home page of Urban Climber Mag, editor extraordinaire Joe Iurato writes a bit about New Jersey. As an NJ company in the outdoor industries, we often discuss the joys and sorrows of life in the Garden State. We talk about diversity, both in geography and ecology and also in our population and culture. [...]
We have been busy lately. Really busy.
P-Tec is about to launch a new product. Yes, it’s true, and we will be feeding you details over the next few weeks leading up to the official launch at theÂ Sea Otter Classic.Â Of course, we are always excited about new products around here. Product development, design and technology, [...]
It’s not always true that bigger is better. In fact, sometimes bigger is worse. Like when you have to wear something on your head that shines light so you can see.
In the realm of headlamps, the smaller the better.Â Headlamps areÂ all about function, durability, burntime and brightness.Â Who needs the extra weight on their head. If you’re [...]
Eric Larsen sent in a few photos today of himself having fun withÂ an Apex headlamp. If you dont know Eric Larsen you need to check out hisÂ Save the PolesÂ project.
This year he is training and educating – next year, within 365 days, Eric plans to hit the 3 poles – unsupported to the North and South [...]
The weather looks decent enough to announce the ride a day in advance! It should be dry and fairly warm tomorrow night, so I hopeÂ see everyone at the usual spot. This will be our first ride since the time changeÂ , therefore, we will haveÂ a little day light at the start. This doesn’t mean that we [...]
It looks like Jay P and Rocky have withdrawn in the last days. Not exactly sure what the word is, but it looks like crazy conditions and lots of pushing of the bikes. I think that there are 4 left on bikes and 2 walking… Alaska Pete is still in and moving forward.
This was a [...]
There is a wonderful pocket of the universe where people really dig flashlights. As you can imagine, we spend a fair amount of timeÂ in that fold. To that point, here is some fine flashlight art (please don’t delve too deep):
The art is by Nick DewarÂ - he’s got some sick non-flashlightÂ illustrations too… check it out.