Carolina on My Bike 3/3

Yesterday was the third and final day of my trip to North Carolina on this Red Wolf Tours Seth’s Bike Hacks Group Mountain Bike Trip. Starting on day one, we all met and rode an easier but fun ride through Dupont State Forest. Day two was a lot heavier and saw us riding through the trails in and around Spencer Gap and Fletcher Creek. Today was a bit less formal as we rode multiple locations.

Carolina on My Bike 2/3

Carolina on my Bike 2/3 Post 1 – Post 2 – Post 3 Day two of the Seth’s Bike Hacks Group Mountain Bike Trip is behind me. The event is organized and hosted by Red Wolf Mountain Bike Tours in beautiful Brevard, North Carolina. This was the “big” day of riding, and I felt […]

Carolina on My Bike 1/3

Carolina on my Bike 1/3 All built up and ready to ride! Post 1 – Post 2 – Post 3 Many of you may already know that I am an impulsive person. I tend to jump into situations without forethought and I sometimes pay the price for that. It’s a […]

Prepping for Pisgah

Prepping for Pisgah The leaves are turning in North Carolina, and the East Coast weather is getting wetter and cooler. On Wednesday, my bike and I will be boarding a plane and flying for 11 hours (through O’Hare) to get there. Once I arrive, I’ll have some time to build […]


Platforming Back StoryI have been riding for over 40 years. I have been riding “seriously” (for transportation, racing, or generally not just fucking around) for over 30 years. In that time, I have enjoyed watching and living the evolution that bicycling has followed over the decades. When I started riding, […]

Riding Mt. Ashland in Ashland, OR

Riding Mt. Ashland in Ashland, Oregon One of the major downhill rides from my trip to Ashland, Oregon in October, 2019. Ashland Outdoor Adventures took us to the top and dropped us off for the 12 mile trip back into town. The upper half of the ride was very, very […]

A Super Fun Run Up St. Joe’s & Overgrown

A Super Fun Ride up St. Joe’s & Overgrown Any responsible owner of an automobile knows that their vehicle needs to be regularly maintained in order to perform optimally. I am not particularly responsible, but I don’t want my 4Runner to die, so I took care of a few things. […]

The Home Bike Shop is Coming Along Nicely

The Home Bike Shop is Coming Along Nicely I have been working on my bike shop for a few years. Ever since I was able to secure 2 workbenches from the auction of a closing local bike shop, I have wanted to build something that resembles the shops I worked at […]

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