Well I finally upgraded the wordpress theme on my blog from skidmark brown, into something that resembles a cycling blog.
You’d be surprised how hard it is to contribute to your own website when it looks like shit. Big props to Ben for all his help and for enduring my questions.
To the few of you hardcores who’ve hung around and sent me emails or messages as motivation to get back on track – thankyou. I even managed to get out to DISC tonight for a spin around the track. The track bike literally had cobwebs on it. Like my riding, hopefully the writing will be a steady flow from here on in.
There will be some adhoc adjustments on the site from time to time, so please bear with me and hopefully we’ll work through some of these minor bugs.
Some have reported that the site is running unusually slow – If this is the case for you, please let me know.
For now here’s some links to distract you from work.
If you’re into mad travel touring, check out Joe Cruz’s blog. He has awesome tips on what to carry and has been to some cracking locations.
Lock the date in for Amy’s Gran Fondo next year.
If you operate in the digital world, people listen when Chris Anderson has something to say. Thanks to Steve for the post.
The following is a good fifteen minute video on Bicycle Culture by Design.
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