Hey hi I am bad at remembering things including it seems, updating my website. Which, I am supposed to have and keep current and whatnot. As I have said before and I will say many times more, I am bad at the things. It’s been almost a year, so why not update it, I said today. So here we are.
Should I tell you some things I wrote about? Sure, you’ll say, tell me all about those things. Let’s just do this listicle style, shall we?
It appears I spent a lot of time in Lemoore at Surf Ranch without ever going surfing. This makes no sense, but who said anything had to make sense in this world. For Men’s Journal, I hung out at the Founders Cup event and dragged my cameras around the 700-meter pool. Also, I wrote about drinking truck stop coffee on the Grapevine along the way. This ain’t a boat trip.
Bikes and public lands go together like chocolate and peanut butter. Or, well, anything else you can think of that go together well. Pretty much all the riding you do is on public land, so government decisions about things like national monuments, road maintenance, bike paths — all the things, really — matter for cycling. I wrote about what reducing the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante means for cyclists. Read more at Bicycling.
I’m pretty sure I’ve written something like 100k words on the Tour de France though I’ve still never actually been to it. Here’s another couple hundred — this time on the 2018 version, which looks weird and different. I like weird and different.
Cycling’s biggest race, the Tour de France, runs three weeks every July. Each year, the race organizers strive to create an innovative and suspenseful course. The much-anticipated announcement of the 2018 route took place earlier this week in Paris. Though it’s still months away, this year’s Tour offers some unique challenges that could shake four-time champion Chris Froome and his dominant Team Sky. Here are nine things you should know about the new route. — Read more at Men’s Journal.