Boulder — Start early. Go slow. Bring layers. Expect change: in the weather, the terrain, yourself. Try new positions. Develop a rhythm. Talk to yourself. Hydrate. When the going’s easy, go a little easier. When you’re sure you can’t go any harder, you can and you should. Make peace with false summits. Take breaks. Practice making your grimace look like a smile. Hydrate. Try to remember the th...
Pisgah forest — One of the perks of working in the bike industry is that our offices can be mobile. We don’t take advantage of this enough, though. Often we end up sitting in some anonymous Starbucks with a vendor,...
Bridgton — Final fall hike before the snow takes it all back…
A view from the Flume Trail.
River: A force untold of slowly treads down on the earth, but with it comes life.
The stars at night are big and bright...
Cinespia movie night at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Summer in LA.
Being Mortal in the Mountains
It's a bit windy at the beach today. I passed a flock of seagulls and sandpipers. They're all facing northwest, out to sea and into the wind.
Palm forest in Golden Gate Park.
A sunny April walk through Golden Gate Park this afternoon. The rhododendrons are blooming.
The health that is achieved by getting outside is incredible. After boarding for 2.5 days I was physically exhausted - but mentally, my brain was refreshed.
And for one crystal clear moment, I don't hate Winter.
UFO in the snow.
We had a real frost last night. Everything is coated in tiny crystals. Frost-rimed. Don't mind the glowing dog.
Remnants of first city snowfall, carried in on 40km/h winds and bitter cold.
"It's good for the soul when there's not a soul in sight"
This is why we mountain bike.