Mailing decals out to a few people.
A rundown of the bike I built and the parts that are on it. This chariot carried me across America and back, see what makes it run!
Introducing: Single Tracks! SpokesmanMTB is launching a new format for just a few of our videos. We’re calling it “Single Tracks” and it is a quick and simple presentation of individual trails.
I was lucky enough to be able to take a week and bring my family to Durango, Colorado to relax and to ride some trails.
It’s an interesting time. With all that is happening in the world, we need to be careful and act wisely when it comes to how much time we spend with others outdoors.
As a person who grew up loving my bike(s), I have a desire to share with the younger generation all of the wonder and fun that riding has to offer. To that end, I try to donate one bike every year to a kid around the holidays. It’s easy, it’s not too expensive, and it is an great way to expose any community not just to bike building but also local charitable organizations.
I grew up in the 1970s in what is now called Silicon Valley. Cycling (we called it dirt biking back then) was hammered into my very core by all the insane kids on our suburban street. When we arrived around 1975, there was a fairly prolific motocross family living across the street from us. I had never heard of motocross, being only 5 years old, but these new kids looked super rad and I just HAD to be doing what they were doing; riding bikes everywhere and working hard to see who could get to the emergency room first.
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