I have often likened a bikepacking trip or endurance bike race to pushing a small boat away from the shore, into the big water, and trusting the integrity and preparation of the small craft to meet with the challenges of the wind and waves. Continue Reading
The rainbow (or gold, or black) finish available on your titanium frame is often mistaken for paint, or anodizing, or heat treating. It’s not any of those things, however. Continue Reading
My previous post was about my impressions of riding an Ebike, what I think their place is in the cyclo-sphere, and my change of opinion regarding whether they should exist.
Like a lot of things, the electric assist bicycle is a polarizing topic in the cyclo-sphere.
Matt Cline came out and did some riding on our local trails, and made some stabilized video that really shows the challenge of what is out on our mountain. Check out his latest vid! Continue Reading
The idea for the Havok design came along from mainly two things: A desire to ride the TDR on a bike of my own making,and a real need to find a way to log seat miles without riding on roads. Continue Reading
In November, tres amigos, each on a different Binary frame, set off for adventure and shenanigans on the Arizona Trail Continue Reading
Next week, I’ll be taking the SSP and doing a bit of the Arizona Trail. His wheel build is complete Continue Reading