Monthly Archives: May, 2008
Thanks Jeff Kerkove!
The office has been slow this week.Â A holiday week, and people have been running around out of the office, so we are just now getting back on posts, and should be back in full steam on Monday when we will hear someÂ reports from Justin onÂ his weekend in Colorado at 24 Hours of EROCK…Â
Next week, Ryan [...]
Thanks to you.
Not enough has been said. Not enough needs to be said, but still, we can say it. We took an over run of pink translucent Eos Tactical (?) headlamp bodiesÂ and attached them to a run of colored christmas lights. The results are truely magical.
And no, they are not for sale.
About 450 miles into 2,175 mile Appalachian trail lies the small town of Damascus Virginia, host to the annual trail days celebration. After a month or so on the AT the quant town of about 1,000 residents is a welcoming site to thru hikers. Hikers who time their arrival into Damascus during Trail days are [...]
It’s a really cool idea. Ride across the country pretty much non stop in a relay type format. It sounds like great fun, and a good way to a get a group out to see the country and spin some wheels. It will be a 13 day ride covering 6329 kilometers spanning from Nova Scotia [...]
Here comes Trail Days, and off we go. Stop by and check out Justin and Rob, get your PT headlamp repaired, or get swapped out if your light is so worked, that Rob and his bag of magic headlamp tools can’t fix it up.Â
This past weekend, our local scene was littered with Bike Safety Rodeo’s and Walk/Bike Rally. Good sutff where kids, parents and commuters a like get some good beta on how to ride safely. It is important to our local communities and great to see. The level of participation and kinds of activities vary from location [...]
The underground sport (if you can call it that) of Alley Cat racing is all about speed, the right bike, street knowledge and a large set of cajones. Dodging traffic, hitting numerousÂ checkpointsÂ along the course and enjoying the freedomÂ of the cycling lifestyle are all a part of theÂ game.
Starting with the first organized race in Toronto, [...]
Yes, gas is expensive, and riding is cheap, healthy, and fulfilling. We all know there are so many great reasons to commute to work by bike, and with fuel prices continually on the rise and close to reaching the $4 mark in most of the country, now is the time to share the benefits of [...]