I spend most of my time riding bikes and some times I need cash to be riding at the back of the pack. So I make these bits of bike frame jewelry. Mostly they are put on the head tube to replace the generic company head badge. But they can go on o the tubes as well.
Friday, March 2, 2018
March 17 we are going to bomb down 1600 feet of elevation in 7 miles on klunkerz. This will be at Whiterock mountain NW Arkansas. When will then procede to the Turner bend private campground to drink the beer given to us by the New Belgium brewery as our sponsor and have a big time eating and drinking by the river
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
When your team mate has some gnarly old school downhill tires for you to put on your race klunker , meeting for tacos is the thing to do. Then spending the rest of the day riding around looking insane. Ludicracy at the back of the pack ARrrrrrrr
Thursday, February 1, 2018
I love the simplicity of a rigid single speed mountain bike. It's always a challenge, and even in my 60's, I see constant improvement in my endurance and bike handling skills by continuing to test my abilities on the local single track.
After years of not wearing a watch I liked the look of this titainium Swiss army watch so much I got one. I expected it to be as rugged as my 17 year old Black Sheep 26+. Yesterday I hit a local single track loop hard, bombing through the 3 inch sharp rock chatter with no regard for how hard it was hammering my arms, I'm used to rigid bikes. Well my " rugged" ti watch had the pins in the band shook right out and when I stopped for a drink of water, I noticed my watch was gone. Two miles of back tracking on foot and there it was, on the trail, not a mark on it. Life,ain't easy at the back of the pack.
Sunday, January 21, 2018
Now, I'm not going to tell anyone else how to dress when riding a bike, especially my my team mate Crash. He does have that name for a reason. I do suggest, no matter how much you are into grounding that you wear shoes when wall jumping a klunker. Just a suggestion mind you. We think he will regain full use of his foot.
Thursday, January 18, 2018
My OG Black Sheep 26+ was a 3X8 drive train. Good old standard. But, with its short wheel base and 3" tires it jus begged to be a single speed. With vertical dropouts it was find the magic ratio or use a dangle, chain tensioner. I want simple an clean looks, so found the magic at 32X21 ☠☠☠ARrrrrrr