What She Said

Trail user scripts

I am socially awkward. With that being said I use to panic a little when passing strangers on a trail. I have said some pretty freaking embarrassing things to innocent strangers. On one occasion I thought I would compliment an elderly gentleman on his rustic hickory...

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Bike lights for night riding

Riding at night seldom begins in the dark, often as the days get shorter, the ride starts out in the evening and concludes in the dark. Sometimes shit happens and two flat tires and a broken chain later you are picking your way back to the car by the light of the...

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Bike as handrail

I am firmly in the school of thought that my bike is meant to carry me not the other way around. When the tables are turned and I have to hoist the bike my riding partners want to put the bottle of chain lube in my mouth as I wa wa wa like I have colic. So when faced...

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What’s in your wallet?

There are fine lines between being prepared, ready to be a contestant on Survivor, lugging around what feels like a gold brick and being up sh*# creek without a paddle. Keeping the pack light but also stocked with useful items is key. The following is a list of what...

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Skirting the Issue

Inspiration: Sarah Guggenheim Alexander We have all been there, dancing on one foot in a gravel parking lot with our hiney bright in its full glory as we wiggle out of our bike shorts and attempt to make a quick switch into something a little more comfortable. All the...

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