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Bill Nye the Bike Guy…

Seriously Diamondback. Keep my childhood alive. I rode your BMX bikes and a kid and now I’m almost a click away from buying a Haanjo!

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Back from the Dead…

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Kind of. I’ve been taking a much needed break from the blog, but I haven’t stopped riding, shooting, or exploring. There will be more to come in the future. Stay Tuned…

Photos from HERE.

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Global Bike to Work Day

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I’ll be commuting. Will you? Global bike to work day is May 10th. Check out more at Strava

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Chas for Oakley

Chas Christiansen rippin & shreddin on the streets of SF.

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Bus Stops, Dirt, Gravel, Pedal, Chill

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Last weekend was rad! I’ve been extremely busy with my 9-5 and have been having to make time to ride, aside from commuting. That means spending all day Saturday and/or Sunday on two-wheels is a must. Can’t wait till life gets back to normal

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OMATA One | Analog GPS Speedometer

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I’m not one to use GPS computers while riding. And if I do, I use my phone. But the OMATA One is really slick looking, and would be a computer I would carry while riding. Check out their Kickstarter for more information!

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The Adventure Dispatch | Trailer

I’ve been in bed ridden the past few days with the damn flu. This trailer got me pumped to get better and get out and explore. Check out more over HERE!

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How to Trackstand!

This is an essential skill for anyone who rides track bikes.

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All-City Introduces the Log Lady

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All-City Cycles finally dropped the Log Lady earlier this week. It will be available in June, so start bugging your LBS. Info from All City below:

“Designed for the tight, twisty, and nasty stuff, the Log Lady is a technical singletrack riders dream. Aggressive angles, our signature single speed disc dropouts, a custom seat collar, gorgeous five piece segmented fork and our own custom A.C.E. tubeset, make this an absolute trail shredder.

The bike is corrected for a 100mm suspension fork, utilizes 27.5 wheels, has a 44mm headtube, disc brakes, short chainstays, and classic good looks. It is designed around a 27.5 x 2.4 tire with tons of clearance for mud, though not designed as a “plus” bike we have successfully mounted a 27.5 x 2.8 WTB on a 35mm wide Velocity rim with no issues.

The A.C.E. tubeset found on the Log Lady was custom designed and drawn for this particular application. The tubing is seamless, heat treated, Air-hardened, and Custom Extruded to our exact specifications and needs. The use of full frame A.C.E. Tubing allows our engineer total control over the butting profiles and wall thickness’ and allows us to build a stronger and lighter frame than we could from off the shelf options.

Of note is the unique downtube which features an “internal gusset” at the headtube junction.  The custom asymmetric butting profile allows us to produce a tube that has increased wall thickness at the bottom, and reduced wall thickness at the top. The resulting downtube eliminates the need for external headtube gussets, is lighter, and just plain better looking.”

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Having Fun with Engine 11

“Cycling is about having fun, no matter how you ride, what you ride.” I couldn’t agree with you guys more. Check out more from Engine 11 HERE!

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