In the spirit of yesterday’s post here are some pics of the Mukluk Framebag being assembled. This isn’t a tutorial by any means, but you can get a sense of how it’s done. Got any questions? I’ll do my best to answer them?
Last week I made a new handlebar bag for my Mukluk. It’s the 2nd one I’ve made, so it’s more refined. It came together pretty quick and has already been on a bike ride. Here are some pics of the construction process. What do you think?
This weekend I took care of the final tweaks for the Mukluk. The bike is boxed up and will be heading north soon. That means that I’ll be headed north soon too! One of the things I had to finish up was a new handlebar bag. I’ll post some pics of that this week. I’m [...]
Super stoked to use the HMG Mid. Maybe a backyard campout is in order.
Today I conquered two hills. One I’ve ridden around for months. Today I went straight up it. The other one I stayed in the big ring the entire way. Today was a reminder that I am more capable than I think. More capable than I give myself credit for. Today was a good day for [...]
I’m glad I got to spend the weekend with these two. I don’t see either of them enough. Thanks mom and sis.
Got it done! Learned a ton, as always. The cordura panel photographed blue, but it’s actually purple. You know, to tie the room together.
Watch this and let your work vibes drift away. The Mudfoot Hump Hundo. Mudfoot Hump Hundo from Golden Saddle Cyclery on Vimeo.
I got reacquainted with the Spearfish over the weekend. Riding the singletrack felt effortless, floating over all the water breaks and soaking up all the hits. That was fun, let’s do that again. Soon.
We spent the weekend camping out at Cachuma Lake, just outside of Santa Barbara. Both of us have camped here many times as a kids. It’s still a pretty fun place to camp. Maybe not as rustic as I’d like, but it’s a comfortable place to come back. Many good memories of riding my bike [...]