Ride reports, I've got a couple in my head, they just haven't made it to the keyboard. This space has been empty too long, so I leave you with a few pictures and a link to a couple more. They are from Sunday, where we slipped over to a local art space, tipped off by my friend Todd that there was to be a bike installation with fixed gears and vintage bikes. Small but good, and an enthusiastic guy who set the show up talked bikes with me. He asked me if I had a fixed gear, I told him about the townie fixed gear I rode over. Didn't mention the fixed Crosscheck, the fixed Qball 29er or my two fixed/free MTBs*, figured that would have taken too long. I tried to explain my Boone disc cog set up on the townie, but I'm not sure he got it. Don't think he was an MTBer so it may have been foreign to him. No matter, talking bikes was good and riding them in the rain to and from the show is better, even fun when you have fenders. It's cool to see others with the passion for bikes. If you missed it Sunday I think you are too late, best I can tell is it was a one night stand. More photos here.
*Note: it's at this point that I realize all of my bikes are fixed or have the option to be fixed with the turn of a wrench and the flip of a wheel. Illness or foolishness?