Meet the Maker: Ruthworks

Written by Ryan on . Posted in Bags, Bicycle, Gear, Handmade Bicycles No Comments

I came across Ruthworks via Facebook and reached out to Ely in San Francisco where he works at his home shop, enjoying the opportunity to spend time with his family. Ely is the owner, sewer, leather worker, cutter, designer and fabricator at Ruthworks, with quite a few beautiful items available for randonneurs, tourers, commuters and every day folks.

We did a little interview and it went something like this:

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Record-Breaking Results: 2014 Iditarod Trail Invitational

Written by Garret Spargo on . Posted in Alaska, fat bike, History, Races, Uncategorized 2 Comments

The trails were kind to fatbikers at this year’s Iditarod Trail Invitational. While the world has been watching the teams of four-legged critters struggle through snowless patches of trail in the regular Iditarod race, a handful of hardy folks have mostly been avoiding the headlines while pedaling, running, and skiing the route for almost two weeks.

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One for the weekend.

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Back to Earth from El Zumpango on Vimeo.

The weekend.  It doesn’t mean much to some folks, while others set their clocks by it.  This little short is a reminder to me that getting out is necessary.  Even in the big city- an overnight trip can rejuvenate and reconnect you with the things that are important.  So this weekend, or next Tuesday, get out there.  Explore.  Pedal.  Sleep under the stars.  And don’t forget to breathe.

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