Practical, workhorse, and thing of beauty.
A bit of a rambled thought while on a rambling ride. Over the weekend, while riding in the sun with a really good friend, I had some pleasant thoughts about my current situation in life. Focusing, but for a spec of time, on my own life. Reflecting on what has lead me up to this point in my life. Right now: I really like my job. I like the people I work with on a daily basis. I like creating the content for it. I Continue reading →
FIGHT FOR YOUR DREAMS
A very early morning commute to ride 30 miles before work. Almost done with the January Office challenge of riding 400 miles in a month.
Returning from Oxbow regional park, we spotted Mt Hood peaking from behind the saplings. The light of the day made the mountain shine and call my name. The Salsa Timberjack (AKA Timbre-Jacques) handled quite well with a light load and made my ride very comfortable throughout the day. Will ride again.
Quick overnight trip to Oxbow Regional Park. It was a great shakedown of my new Salsa Timberjack. The only diffulty of the day was the 20-30mph headwinds that made it feel like well-below freezing temperatures. Good times.
The early morning commute gives me time to look around, explore a little bit of the neighbourhood, and take a moment to appreciate a well done bird mural.
Today, RidewithGPS.com turned 8 years old. I could not be more excited to work with this crew. Thanks for everything Cullen, Zack, KPR, Purdy, Will, Chad, Quinn, Jordan, AJ, and Brian. I’ve been with the company for over two years and look forward to many more.
Hah. Twitter joke. Bikes and birds on my brain. I really like all the window art at Pets on Broadway.
NBD. Going to tear up some trails and go on some back country adventures with this baddie. More details coming soon to http://adventuring.bike
Today’s ride was kinda epic. Oregon continues to surprise me with great routes so close to home. Check out OMTM.cc and their “Hell of the North Plains” route. Thanks guys.
A fat bike in snow is a way to make me filled with…what’s that word?