that’s how they do enduro in tassie.

they don’t hold back. 6 stages, 18 km and a whopping 1000 m elevation gain, matched by an equal, if somewhat more rapid, elevation loss, thanks to said 6 downhill stages. that makes for an exhausting morning. here is something i overheard while queueing up for stage 3 (called red wine, for reasons that are…

new stuff.

i’ve had the nomad for a few years now (almost five) and it did have a bit of a life before i became its custodian. no wonder then that a few of the parts are now at the end of their useful life. time for new parts: i needed a new saddle and a new…

whack’n the bracken.

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the grass is always shorter …

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thunder down under.

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the regretti spaghetti.

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