Well, most of it at least. Couldn’t get the Whole Enchilada because the La Salles had a ton of snow.
In today’s episode of “Oh, it’s already Ocober! Where’s the season gone? Wonder when the last... Holy Cow! MARCH?! Well, Better Late Than Never: The Late Revival”, we delve into stuff that happened so long ago, you totally forgot!
I’ve been rocking the Niner SIR steel hardtail since 2013. It’s been a fantastic ride, I still enjoy the snot out of it. The 3x10 drivetrain is a smidge old, considering upgrading it to the current XT 1x11. But in the meantime, I’ve been itching to get a full suspension bike to handle some of the more extreme trails…
There’s so much going on here. It’s a lot to take in.
So clean, so rad. The chrome truck mirrors were pretty sweet, plus the pinstriping and paint was spot on and oh-so-clean. I don’t know that I’ve 1) seen such a clean Aerostar and 2) seen an Aerostar own this look so well before.
Breh! Brah! BRUH! How many Bros?!
No, not those flats. These flats:
Took the Niner RLT for some mountainous mixed-surface riding. Gravel and road. Sure, I’ll call it groad. It is a groad bike after all. I think I’m sticking with the nickname Adrian Groady.
Plus an additional 13 miles and 45m home, that’s will be nearly 36 hours on a bike this month for ~530 miles. Mostly commuting.
A critically important series of case studies centered around testing comfort on various surfaces and in various containers. All testing approved and executed by Moneypenny. Future updates to be posted as studies are released.
New bike day.
Spent the weekend back in Moab, but this time for biking and hiking. There’s so much that’s not accessible on pavement, let alone even with 4x4 access. The mind boggles!
Spent the weekend in Moab for the 21st annual Cruise Moab. I had high hopes of taking a ton of great photos and making detailed notes for a writeup. The camera had other plans and I was so dang busy coaching newbies over obstacles and explaining how their trucks worked that I didn’t really take notes either.
Pop-top Astro camper conversion.