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Monthly Archives: October, 2011

Philly Bike Expo – Wrap Up

The 2011 show was a good one – I think Justin (@PTecBike) and I agree that two days flew by as we showed off PTec lights to the diverse crowd. Spandex, wool, street clothes, we saw it all. The weather on Saturday was pretty terrible, so thanks to everyone who ventured outside. Some folks stopped [...]

Philly Bike Expo – Photos From Day One

I have been thinking it for a while. I even gave some time for the honeymoon phase to pass by. Now it’s time to say: I am one lucky mofo.
Sunday for most people probably involves at least a few of these: a morning run, coffee, pancakes, sleeping late, preferred religious service, newspaper, [...]


When it gets cold in the northeast it means only one thing…DEMA APPROACHES!  Another year divers descend, this time in Florida (my…3rd trip this month?) for a week of new toys, mermaids, and specials out the yang to keep divers new and old alike on top of their game.

This year Princeton Tec is graced [...]

Doing Something Crazy. For The Kids.

Princeton Tec is a proud sponsor of BSAFE (Bicycle Safety Awareness For Everyone) and want to welcome a guest post from Alastair Abrehart about the upcoming 24 Hour Challenge taking place in the British Virgin Islands. Chris Ghiorse will be using PTec Push Swerve and EOS through the training process and during the 24 hour [...]

See You in Philly

The PTec crew is gearing up for this year’s Philly Bike Expo, taking place next Saturday and Sunday Oct. 29-30 at the 23rd St Armory in Philadelphia, PA. As Stephen Bilenky tells the story, the Bilenky Cycle Works folks were headed back from Interbike last year and decided that the east coast needed a show [...]


I highly recommend getting out anywhere in the Northeast around this time of year. The cool weather is great for a mountain jaunt with your favorite people and the changing of the seasons leave no lack of beautiful scenery.

Two Weeks in the Desert

Following my visit to Las Vegas for Interbike, I would not be going straight back home to New Jersey. What comes after a week in Sin City? Cooking dinner by headlamp for a week. Naturally. We had planned a trip through Utah before I even knew I was going to Vegas, [...]

South Jersey Ramble

Last Friday, my week ended with a challenge of sorts. “You use headlamps, right?” QC Dave asked me. “Yea, of course I do. That’s how I found out about Princeton Tec.” “Take this and see if you can break it,” he dared me. Game on!

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.