Archive for the ‘Cycling’ Category

Tron Touring

July 7, 2011

A little update from the road coming up here. My annual vacation is a cycling trip with my son. We started this Monday and are traversing the south of Germany lengthwise, heading towards Lake Constance. (more…)

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Cross Purposes

June 23, 2011

I also keeps up Art

I also keeps up Art


In the weeks I’ve had it, I’ve become a fan of the Giant TCX cross bike. At first glance, it might look like a road bike. Then you notice the little deviations from the norm that make it special. (more…)

GUIs, Cycle Touring and Photography

June 20, 2011

Wide-open Skies

Wide-open Skies


This is one of only three photos I took on a 98 km bicycle loop yesterday. (more…)

Orr, Cyclocross

June 2, 2011


Aw, the Scots …

The Giant Grim Reaper

May 29, 2011

... and his scythe

... and his scythe


I always name my bikes, I’m strange that way. (more…)

Tabulating, Terminating, Transitioning

May 22, 2011

Some doors are not only closed, but even bricked over.

Some doors are not only closed, but even bricked over.


Without me paying much heed, this blog hass passed 25000 clicks in total over the weekend. Thanks to all (more…)

Brutal Honesty? There’s An App For It.

April 30, 2011

You can do a nice bike ride through fields in bloom ...

You can do a nice bike ride through fields in bloom ...


… or … (more…)

It’s All Downhill From Here*

January 2, 2011

My Twentyniner inspiring Wanderlust even when the sun is not yet up

My Twentyniner inspiring Wanderlust even when the sun is not yet up


I’m coming late to a debate again, this time about ten years late. It’s about 29 inch wheeled mountain bikes and what qualities they may have in comparison to those with the usual 26 inch wheels. (more…)

Black & White Cycling

December 30, 2010

Watch Out, a surly Karate Monkey!

Watch Out, a surly Karate Monkey!


I’m afraid this is gonna be another gearhead post. This time planetary gears are involved. (more…)

OT: Flying With Your Bike

November 27, 2010


Danny MacAskill doesn’t need wings.
Oh, and good choice of landscape. My heart’s in the Highlands, too!

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