Hirose Crafts a Fork End

Don’t know if craft builders compete for who has the strongest craft game, but if they did, Hirose would win. Read a story about Hirose in issue 24 of our magazine, and next week in Seattle learn from Mark V and Max how bikes get made while tasting whiskey.

Vacation Dad of the Year

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Vacation Dad of the year riding the Sunriver bike paths. As we rolled up, he says, “Too many people watching the Republican debate and not out here riding.” Then sips his PBR, while his kids in the attached trailer are reading a book. His wife is just ahead laughing.

Last year in Sunriver, got lost on the extensive bike paths a few times, and shared my Mt. Bachelor playlist in Issue 15 of our magazine.

Under the Monorail with Larry and Harry


After Park City, Vegas, and Winterpark, time for R&R and Ben Moses sent in this photo of a messenger under the monorail. Thanks for filling in Ben. It looks like some food or something is getting delivered in downtown Seattle and with a Larry v. Harry.

Peugeot Dad’s Road Rage is Art

For more analysis of Peugeot Dad faceplanting and the resulting cultural epoch of bikes v. cars read Joel Golby on Vice

It’s the kick that is Peugeot Dad’s undoing, the kick at 3:25, when he realizes his simple human body cannot compete pace-wise with a bicycle, and in one moment of sheer anger-induced desperation he tries to kick the back tire out, but then his stride is off, and his landing foot immediately wobbles, and then falls flat on his face.

Playing in Rock Gardens

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Eliminated bike angst, overcame fear, and rode through the Double Jeopardy rock garden with lines proved by Jasen Thorpe and John Howland at Trestle Bike Park. More about gravity in Colorado, angst, and fear when we get back to Seattle.

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