Photo by Jesse Carmody
As much as I’ve been posting about various interviews with myself this week on the site, I can assure you that I want the content here on PiNP to support cyclists and companies. One of those ways we can all come together to help cyclists in California and beyond is by supporting the three foot law. That’s 36″, or approximately a meter. That’s space that can save lives. Think about it, the average opening to your home is 36″… it’s a meager request. If this passes in California, it’s a great benchmark for other states. I know Texas needs this too!
Please sign this petition!
One of the reasons why I’m so pumped on Yonder Journal is that it will and has inspired people to #GoYonder. Errin from Frontage Roads did some planning and took on the Brovet 01 Old Ridge Road Permanent route with his buddy Joshua. So, how’d they do? Head over to Frontage Roads to find out.
Oh and be sure to stay on top of Yonder Journal. Their Field Briefs are short and sweet. Follow the guys on Instagram, too.
If I could roll around in head to toe merino wool every day, I would. Well, maybe not pants, but still. The fabric is very addicting. Cedar Cycling’s new and improved merino tees and blended tees hit their shop today. I hear that real men wear pink…
We still have some stock in the PiNP x Cedar jerseys, too. So head to the PiNP Web Shop to scoop!
Since most of my products usually sell out within minutes, I made sure Cedar Cycling made enough of our collaboration Merino Jersey. We still have stock and after a lot of demand, are taking wholesale orders for shops.
Contact Neil at Cedar Cycling directly for wholesale or pick up one of these rad jerseys in the PiNP Web Shop. Everyone has been incredibly supportive and most importantly, very impressed with these!
Ace from the Sleepers made this rad video for Team Dream Team, Team Bicycle Team’s new SWRVE caps. You can pick up a TDTTBT Cap here!
Sorry for the lack of updates this weekend. Tracko’s been in town and all we’ve been doing is riding and partying. Hey, it was the weekend, right? He heads back to Cali tomorrow and regular posting will commence.
In the meanwhile, I hope you had a great weekend.
This is by no means a recent photograph. It’s from a ride I did in California with the Giro New Road team. Highway 128 snakes its way through the Navarro River Redwoods State Park and when the road aligns with the setting sun, you get these great slivers of light coming through the trees.
It’s been too long since I’ve been in California. After two months, I’m jonesin’.
And I literally just got back from a kick-ass ride myself. Gotta love Cadence!
On my recent trip to California, my mornings and afternoons were spent combing the roads for ideal backdrops. Here’s a few outtakes that are free to consume. Please, don’t fret, the weekend’s coming soon.
Over the past year, I’ve had the absolutely amazing experience of riding extensively in California but this last trip might have been my favorite. We rode on the 1, the 128 and in Geyserville. From the Redwoods, to the coast and dry, arid hills, the scenery kept me shooting my 35mm point and shoot, mid pedal stroke. Check it out below!