13 Superstition

  • Issue 13 of Bike Hugger Magazine

    Issue 13 of Bike Hugger Magazine

  • Superfluous Superstitions

    I once ate a yellow Crayon® and I’m convinced that is why I never won the Tour, or even got to race the Tour.

    I once ate a yellow Crayon® and I’m convinced that is why I never won the Tour, or even got to race the Tour.

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  • Go-To-Gear: Baselayers

    A baselayer will keep you cooler in the summer, warmer in the winter and just so right the rest of the year.

    A baselayer will keep you cooler in the summer, warmer in the winter and just so right the rest of the year.

  • Bring Your Lucky Charms

    There were four leaf clovers, rabbits feet, horseshoes, photos of black cats, even a Virgin de Guadalupe, hanging around his bike.

    There were four leaf clovers, rabbits feet, horseshoes, photos of black cats, even a Virgin de Guadalupe, hanging around his bike.

  • Gran Fondo Leavenworth

    There was nothing I could do but soldier on in no-man’s land.

    There was nothing I could do but soldier on in no-man’s land.

  • A Mobile, RAW Workflow

    From the phone to the studio, shooting RAW.

    From the phone to the studio, shooting RAW.

  • The Trip I Never Expected

    So, yes, I wanted a Pepper Ride. Or so I thought.

    So, yes, I wanted a Pepper Ride. Or so I thought.