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  • The End of the Line

    The trip has ended, but the journey is just beginning. Sometimes the ideas in our heads don’t play out the way we imagine in reality. The way we view ourselves may not match the way that we really are. It can be very difficult to reconcile these differences, but the only way to move forward, […]

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  • A (Photo)Dump from “The Bob”

    While waiting for a bicycle part that should have arrived in Missoula two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to go backpacking in the Bob Marshall Wilderness for 3 days. Rather than sit around and do nothing, I decided to walk a lot! I borrowed a pack that was too big, bought some Puma’s from […]

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  • Canadian (Photo)Dump!

    I’ve got lots of photos from the past few weeks, figured I would blast them out in a solid dump of photos, with maybe a few words. Enjoy! Normal day for me, ripping skidz in the street. My German friend, Jan, with the massive spoon. God, what a spoon. The spoon in action, sort of. […]

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  • Mechanic Owned, Meticulously Maintained

    What we have here is a mechanic owned bicycle, that has been meticulously maintained during it’s entire life, washed and cleaned after every year of use (maybe). It has a number of unique innovations and features that you won’t find anywhere else, on any other bike. These innovations give the bike a certain je ne […]