Heavy Seas, the Single Speed Outlaw team and the Tour //
Monday - April 22, 2013
I'm riding a fixed gear metric century (the Tour de Cure) as part of the Heavy Seas/Single Speed Outlaw team to raise money to stop diabetes and I need your help. A donation of as little as $15 will help me reach my fundraising goal (but if you want to donate more, please do!).
I'm keeping this short because I'm sure you know someone who has been affected by diabetes and you already know how important it is to stop this disease (there are 26 million people in the United States with the diabetes). So please help me raise funds for research and education.
I'll be riding on May 4th, which is just around the corner so don't wait to contribute!
Thanks, any and all amounts donated are greatly appreciated!
Fixed gear bikes banned in Beijing? Or is it an April Fool's joke? Or an April Fool's joke that winds up being true?
This website is claiming that riding a fixed gear in Beijing will get you a fine.
This a site reports the ban is legit. Neither site is exactly the New York Times,
March 23rd - Frederick Watershed Trail Work //
Wednesday - March 20, 2013
Frederick Watershed Trail Work: OK, the corridor is clear and now it is time to DIG. A couple of weeks ago started a reroute project for the Catoctin Trail, we'll continue that work and start cutting the tread.
We need a big crew, the new trail is 1 mile long and we have several significant sections to bench cut. We'll be cooking up trail side hotdogs (meat and veggie) to fuel you up for a long work day.