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Not back on it, still on it.

Posted June 17, 2023 @ 6:45pm

Not back on it, still on it.Here we go – on the cusp of summer. Super excited for the sun-filled, longer days, backyard grilling sessions, live music, and mountain bike rides in the, well, mountains. After all, I didn’t move to Oregon to not take advantage of the massive outdoor recreation opportunity.So with no further ado, I’m happy to present the CRC 2023 Summer Drip:The CRC Summer Surf Cap is a lightweight nylon jammer that features a small, rubberized CRC patch, keeps the sun out of your eyes, and repels water. One size fits all, but they’re quite generous, and very sharp, if I do say so, myself.I’ve been wanting to do a bandana for some time, and these beauties are 100% cotton, made in USA. Perfect for keeping the sun off your neck, wiping off your chain lube, or just blowing your nose.Lastly, the return of the classic CRC logo T-shirt. 100% cotton AS Colour brand, with small CRC tag at the hem. Trés chic, even if you cut the sleeves...


Hollow daze

Posted December 4, 2022 @ 5:19pm

Hollow dazeLadies & Gentlemen, how do?The dark days of December are descending upon us, so why not join me and the other lumpenproletariat in some day drinking? Day drinking not your thing? That’s cool, the sun will go down soon enough. All (sorta) joking aside, just wanted to let yinz know that I’m still breathing, and enjoying the west coast/best coast life here in Portland. Don’t believe everything you read on the telly – sure, every metropolitan area has its challenges, especially after the pandy, but there’s hidden charm everywhere you look. And you do have to be willing to look.For those of you feeling festive, there’s some new merch in the merch store – beanies and slime green patches, for your stocking stuffer needs. During the holiday season, I want to simply acknowledge and thank every one of you for the continued and ongoing support, and a special hat tip/nod to the real rokkers who’ve made a visit this...



Posted May 30, 2019 @ 11:29pm

NEW H20 BOTTLES + TSHIRTSFFS, it’s been a while, hasn’t it? Well never fear, I’m still chipping away at whatever it is that I’m doing with this monolith of a project, (now in it’s 25th year!) New bottles on the way, as well as new tshirts. Spring hasn’t really sprung in these parts; I fear we’re going straight into the humid dog days of summer, but there’s no reason to stop pushing the pedals. In the past month I’ve had the pleasure of riding the Burleigh County Cup in Bismarck, ND, the Almanzo 107k in Northfield, MN, and Le Grand du Nord in Grand Marais, MN (thee most scenic and beautiful parcours in the Midwest if you ask me). So onward and upward, downward, sideways, whatever it takes to keep turning those two wheels. Salúd from Minneapolis!



Posted April 3, 2018 @ 6:30am

RONDE VAN VLAANDERENLike something out of a dream, I’ve found myself in Belgium on a 10 day holiday for the most fervent of all the cycling classics: Belgian Holy Week, encompassing the Ronde Van Vlaanderen and Paris-Roubaix. I’m not only drunk on the palpable cycling history, but also the delicious and bountiful Belgian bier: De Konnick, Westmalle, Duvel, even the lovely Jupiler, to name but a few. My inveterate cycling tour guide is one W. Jeffrey Lockwood, longtime friend, International Man of Mystery/slash/Marketing Man at Ritchey Bicycles EU, and definitely the host with the most. Fueled by jetlag, adrenaline, and waffles, I’ve experienced first-hand, the mighty bergs of the Ronde, – the Muur Van Geraardsbergen, the Valkenberg, the Koppenberg, Oude Kwaremont, the Pateberg, riding the 240k RVV Cyclo on just four hours of sleep, with thousands of my closest friends. But let us not...



Posted March 13, 2018 @ 3:14pm

THE SPRING CLASSIC[K]You know the drill. You gotta show up to throw up. For 2018, you get an extra 7 miles: the Slick 57 Sauce.Be prepared for anything: Pavé, mud, dirt, gravel, tarmac. It’s really just about personal accountability. Bring a spare tube/tools/pump/food/water/layers. Finish is at LTD Brewing, 8th Ave & Main St, Hopkins.CUIDADO! We will be riding on busy, open roads, highway shoulders, trails, paths, with cars, peds, dogs, strollers, joggers, etc.Use your head. Use common sense. Ride safely. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOURSELF. 11am depart from OOOBS.*As always, there is only one rule on the Slick 50: *NO KOOKS. ROUTE + CUE SHEETS POSTED HERE (print your own) SLICK 50 2018



Posted October 21, 2017 @ 11:45am

HISTORY OF THE HOMIE This was originally published in Dirt Rag, and well, it’s almost time. Again.HISTORY OF THE HOMIEThese days you can’t swing a cat without hitting a double-IPA-swilling, beard-sporting, tattoo-having, single-speeder, but that wasn’t always the case. Wednesday nights got weird in the mid-90’s in Mpls when some of the local dirtbags darkening the door on the weekly Wed. Night Ride started showing up on single-speed mountain bikes. These hump-day rides had been initiated by several employees from Quality Bicycle Products, and typically included a single-track social on the way home from work. Ride some dirt, crack a brew, and stay safe.Word spread about these mid-week rambles, more and more locals began showing up, and soon a weekly tradition was born. The nocturnal shenanigans often delved into derby territory and with some of the more, uh, “rowdy” attendees, it became apparent that full-contact aggressive riding was...

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