Lotd Banner

Monthly Archives: March, 2009

well known facts

or not. I don’t eat chicken. I have just learned however, that I love chickens riding DH. Really, I do:

Someone recently asked me what it’s like around Princeton Tec

The Princeton Tec World HQ is in Bordentown, NJ. As is the way of the modern world, I direct you to an old You Tube vid for all the info you need:

Freedom Riders – a film – includes footage of stealth trail building by headlamp

We like biking and bike films. But, sometimes plain bike porn is just too much.

That’s why we like this. The new high-definition mountain bike/freeride film Freedom Riders from KGB Productions/Gravnetic isn’t just dudes hucking meat and hitting dirt jumps. It tells a story. An important one – as a matter of fact - to any of you who [...]

Bikepacking in the Pines. Testing the Fuji.

This past weekend I took the opportunity to begin figuring out the great divide setup and how everything was going to fit on the bike. Luckily it was pretty easy to convince a few friends to join on an overnight trip through the NJ pine barrrons to Allaire state park. The route was a mix [...]

Not lights, but looks like lights… i see light in inkblots… oh man.

OOO from The Juzzard on Vimeo.

Sunday Afternoon Bike Polo in Bordentown.

Yea… that’s our Bordentown. And yea, that’s a live dude singing in our Bordentown.

Clear your head in the vastness of New Jersey

Stressful days at the office do happen. Hard to believe I know.
Dave the big boss man sent a note on the way home from one of those days to remind us that some times you have to take a few minutes to clear your head. Luckily, we have just the place for that in our [...]

Adventure Cyclist Says: “Get Over To The Flickr Photo Contest, Now”

Straight from the mouths and current newsletter of the popular biking magazine based in Missoula, Montana, the bikeheads at Adventure Cyclist want to see your best “Lights On Bikes” images – just like us.
Here’s what they had to say:
Coincidentally, as we prepared to launch notice of our own Flickr account, we ran across [...]

Race the Divide? Ok, sure.

tour divide

Peace is better than war?

Who knew? These folks are walking from Leverett, MA to Washington, DC to let people know all about it. We stopped them to talk for a few seconds in front of our offices… I wonder if anyone else did.  They looked pretty tired.
Peace out Peace Pagoda.

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.


Sit back, enjoy and spread the love.