Monthly Archives: June 2007

cycling
June 26, 2007 posted by

ReeFooFee-O

Refugio Rd, pronounced as the title of this post by locals for some odd reason, is the most obscure climb in the Santa Barbara area. Given that it begins, literally,…

challenges
June 26, 2007 posted by

Tour de Mammoth

Today I decided that touring Mammoth on a cyclocross bike was the best way to go. Well, actually, it was the only bike I had so I decided to try…

bike reviews
June 25, 2007 posted by

26er vs 29er

29 inch wheels are one of the hot new trends in mtn biking right now but the jury is certainly still out in regards to them actually performing better than…

health news
June 25, 2007 posted by

Aspartame

Artificial sweeteners suck and you should avoid them. Sure, science hasn’t “proven” they will, for sure, kill you prematurely but that’s most likely because companies make billions of dollars on…

cycling
June 15, 2007 posted by

One Gear Is All You Need

I finally got my fixie together. Retro’d my old Specialized Allez 1982 American Flyers Team Shaver Sport into a beautiful 42X16. Now all I need is a moustache and I…

Uncategorized
June 12, 2007 posted by

Bill Gates’ Graduation Speech at Harvard

Well worth 10 minutes out of your day… Bill Gates’ Graduation Speech at Harvard] June 7, 2007 President Bok, former President Rudenstine, incoming President Faust,members of the Harvard Corporation and…

health news
June 7, 2007 posted by

The Politics of GMOs

Should you eat genetically modified organisms? The question really seems to be do you have a choice? My colleague, Denis, and I have been working on a GMO story for…