Bikes, Beer, Food Trucks, and Tiny Houses! Oh My!

Bikes are to cars as tiny houses are to single-family homes. No, this isn’t Freshman English class but bicycles and tiny houses do go together like PB&J. They’re both the answer to an expensive, noisy, smelly, bigger problem. So after learning about Alexis and Christian’s project, Tiny House Expedition, we were hooked. Alexis and Christian […]

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Group Ride Hijacking

Take Over the World v1.0 This is where I will lay out my plans to hijack the Winston-Salem Community Bike Ride on April 12th and begin my ultimate plan of taking over the world. Don’t worry, I got permission to hijack the ride first. The first part of my plan will go something like this… […]

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PMTNR is the New Carbon Fiber

PMTNR is an acronym for Plaza Midwood Tuesday Night Ride, and it’s where you will want to be if you find yourself in Charlotte, NC on a Tuesday night. I know what you’re thinking, “How is a Tuesday night ride going to replace carbon fiber?” Well, it won’t. At least not literally. What I’m talking […]

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SECCA CX 9.28.14

What a good time! Well done Mock Orange Bikes, and SECCA. Really though, how many places can you go to see a really great Cyclo-Cross race and contemporary art in one place? The weather was beautiful, the riders seemed like they were having fun. I really don’t know how you could leave from there and […]

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DuPont State Forest

I talked about my overall experience of riding in Western North Carolina in another post recently, but I wanted to go into more depth of each ride. Give you the highlights and the lowlights. I ended up breaking my ride in to 2 segments. I didn’t want my phone to die and loose everything. I […]

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Back in Beer City

We’re back in Beer City again, but this time it’s more for riding than drinking. Don’t misunderstand me, we’ve been drinking, but we’ve also been riding. Two days of it to be exact. We rode in DuPont State Forest on the first day and Bent Creek on the second. My one piece of advice for […]

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