I like bikes, as you may have noticed by now. If you're patient, driven (read stubborn), and have enough food, and water, you can go places. Bikepacking teaches you not to give up when the going gets tough because quite often times, that's not an option. Down trees, rock slides, wash outs, deserts, mountain passes, and steep trails become part of the journey and make trips fun. Having a reliable bike and a comfortable kit also really help with having a good experience out in the middle of nowhere. It's also always good to have an offline topo map of the area when your route tells you to go bush whacking. This last trip only contained one ghost road, but plenty of heat to make the going tough. Frankly I'm surprised Jacob still goes on bike rides with me. 📸@j_crabill
First post crash ride that I've actually seemed to be getting back to form. Lovely to see it in black, white and gold. Thanks to @gtzagato for the company and the pacing. My heart literally nearly blew out my chest! ❤️❤️❤️
I can't count how many times I have left the house for a ride and forgot or decided to leave my cards and money at home. I think part of it is my wallet is too bulky for my jersey. I saw this wallet on @rccnegative1's page and got a review to see his thoughts he was impressed with it so I got one myself. thank you @pioneercarry I am very pleased with your product!
Tunnel vision, yo! Riding in the woods on the way for some after-work adventure in the Kent countryside. Nothing like some fast Ks to clear all those unpleasant spreadsheets, documents and facile office bantz. Does have the occasional unintended side effect of emergency McDonalds when you get back to the metropolis.
#mondaymotivation is needed today. Life has been slammed with work and trying to keep up with my photo work. On top of that moving house and trying to enjoy weekends/summer! Adulting is hard folks. 😵 | Jordan