August 11, 2014   18 notes

I respect this stage win.

August 4, 2014   9 notes
mid-season break: papaya on the beach…check!

mid-season break: papaya on the beach…check!

July 31, 2014   6 notes

Long since are the times when my Garmin was DIY mounted. Instead, I now use a few products—Bar Fly 1.0, 2.0, 3.0—that are safer, more secure, and sharper than my once janky setup.

July 28, 2014   31 notes
macaframasf:

homies

 photo by: @crihsshirc

macaframasf:

homies photo by: @crihsshirc

June 21, 2014   11 notes
Nothing like triple fisting and khaki shorts to class up a podium.

Nothing like triple fisting and khaki shorts to class up a podium.

June 7, 2014   7 notes
Novato, California

Novato, California

May 29, 2014   6 notes

recent rides: KALANIANAOLE and KAMEHAMEHA highways

May 27, 2014   48 notes
Tioga Pass

Tioga Pass

May 9, 2014   13 notes
© 2014 Doug Pearl

Cat’s Hill Classic!

© 2014 Doug Pearl

Cat’s Hill Classic!

May 7, 2014   1 note
Probably not all year, but maybe. I look weird without it..

I eat ProBars and Clif Bars while riding. If I run out I’ll whip up some rice bars like Alen Lim’s: cooked sushi rice then baked with a couple raw eggs, honey, nuts, raisins, etc. I’ll wrap them in plastic bags that I find around the house, but the pro wrap is a foil and wax paper combo. Two hours is about all I can ride before I get hungry, so I probably won’t bring food on rides shorter. Maybe a ProBar Bolt or Clif Blok just in case.

If you are using it for car camping then you should get the Boreas Erawan. It’s enormous, light, and and you can ride with it. It’s basically a giant duffel bag that doubles as a backpack, it’s my favorite! I have used the Boreas Sapa Trek for backpacking (because it has an internal frame) and it was comfortable and light, but I’m no expert in this category.

Probably not all year, but maybe. I look weird without it..

I eat ProBars and Clif Bars while riding. If I run out I’ll whip up some rice bars like Alen Lim’s: cooked sushi rice then baked with a couple raw eggs, honey, nuts, raisins, etc. I’ll wrap them in plastic bags that I find around the house, but the pro wrap is a foil and wax paper combo. Two hours is about all I can ride before I get hungry, so I probably won’t bring food on rides shorter. Maybe a ProBar Bolt or Clif Blok just in case.

If you are using it for car camping then you should get the Boreas Erawan. It’s enormous, light, and and you can ride with it. It’s basically a giant duffel bag that doubles as a backpack, it’s my favorite! I have used the Boreas Sapa Trek for backpacking (because it has an internal frame) and it was comfortable and light, but I’m no expert in this category.

May 6, 2014   18 notes
#beachvibes with Benford

#beachvibes with Benford

April 27, 2014   8 notes

Lemurian Shasta Classic!