1. Ebola outbreak irony aside, this is still my favorite song, and easily in the top three of my most favorite hardcore albums ever. I’d even go so far as to put in my top ten albums ever.

    (Source: Spotify)

  2. I wasn’t going to get all sappy about today being my last day in Barcelona until I met another tourist at Satan’s Coffee Corner and she asked me about San Francisco. I drew this map with zero reference, I think I did a pretty okay job.

    *Sutro Tower not drawn to scale nor is it in the correct location


  3. Anonymous said: How are you liking the Caad10 compared to your Venge? Pros? Cons?

    I’m in love with it.

    The simplicity, external cable routing, and a sort of no frills approach to building a rad bike is all very apparent. The geometry works for me and I worry about it a little less since it’s aluminum. Less is more.

  4. Everything still a-okay here in Barcelona.

  5. Off to Spain!

    Really looking forward to the new course design and the track day!

  6. I think I’m going to start a Daily Show screen-capture blog.

  7. Apologies for the lack of updates but Nationals has been a trip! Raced the Elimination (aka miss-n-out) yesterday evening. Finished ninth, I’m okay with that, but could’ve been a little smarter and finished a few more places up. Bobby Lea won, google his name. I’ll have tons of film coming from this week, stoked.

    Still left is the Points qualifier (10k) and Points final (40k) today, Scratch qualifier tomorrow and Scratch final on Sunday.

  8. Love this thing!

    #critseason may not have ended the way I wanted it to, but Im still looking forward to (and so not ready for) Track Nationals, Red Hook Barcelona, and ECMSR.

  9. Apologies for the lack of updates lately. Spent some time with family on the on the East Coast, now I’m back home and with less than five days to get ready for Track Nationals. Totally not stressed at all.

    Also, the Chrysler Building is my third favorite skyscraper in New York.

  10. More film.. Mostly from July 4th weekend, racing and exploring!