Monthly Archives: July, 2008
Tomorrow night – Friday night – a bunch of us will be rolling around Philly making our way to The Rolling Canvas Art Collective. It is sponsored by our local friends at Fuji Bikes, and is a way to “celebrate the union of the arts and urban bicycle culture”. Right on.
Don’t know if you will [...]
2.5 hours of live Tom Waits on NPR… cruise control is set.
Last weekend was the beginning of a first – The first year the bicycle festival, formally known as Pedro Fest, became Kenda Fest presented by Dirt Rag. While the name was different (and awkwardly long) the atmosphere and fun level was still the same, if not better. The weekend began and ended as it usually [...]
Here is one for Beth – enjoy the soothing sounds of underwater life:
I set out last week to embark on the greatest expedition of all time: to dive the coasts of Gloucester, Massachusetts.Â Ok, so maybe not the greatest expedition of all time, but still a fun trek for any northeast diver.Â After arriving Tuesday [...]
It’s all about yummy good falafel… Took the day off and rode my circa 1988 road bike for a long, long way on the canal path. Pretty much everything on the bike is original. It wasn’t comfy, but it was damn fun. To top off a sick dayÂ on the bike and incredible weather – [...]
I hear this all the time. I am guessing that you guys hear this statement all the time too.Â We make fun it (a lot), much like I am sure you do, yet some how, we still say it. I don’t really get that.
Last week, I made aÂ ton of presentationsÂ on our products, and you know what, [...]
It is trade show season. It just started. We do love to get out and hook up with all of the trade show peeps – dealers, industry friends, and everyone else who pops on in. It is important and helps us keep our finger on the pulse.
It also does a little mental and physical zapping [...]
“This is my new office” – Justin Kline
All you wrenches out there take notice, headlamps are really usefull at the bench. If it works for an innovative mind like Jeff Jones, I think it will work for you.
via the current issue of Dirt Rag. If you don’t get it, you should. Check it out – it’s a good read.
On Saturday I participated as a support and safety boat for the Manhattan Island Foundation’s New York City Swim Marathon. I was assigned to the Relay Team “The Mexican Chilangos”
The course is a complete circumnavigation of Manhattan Island. 30 miles completed in 8 hours, Â no stopping and no breaks. The race started at South Cove [...]