Mar 11, 2023
The bitter economic headwinds prove too much for some in the peloton of cycling journalism.
It's a rough old road, especially when you ride it on the rivet in the bloody gutter of vulture capitalism.
The sport is pricey to do, and to cover. Advertising is a hard sell. Memberships and subscriptions can only take you so...
Feb 26, 2023
The Voices and I have been having a meeting of the minds as to exactly why we want to belly-flop back into this sonic kiddie pool, a shallow backwater that drains feebly and sporadically into the Great Audio River.
But apparently we're at least one mind short.
However, we do not lack for Voices. And they all have their...
Feb 16, 2023
The zombie podcast Radio Free Dogpatch awakens after a two-year dirt nap, scuttles out from beneath its filthy blanket of mulch, litter, and snow, and shambles about looking for something (or someone) to eat. Or at least listen.
Mar 1, 2021
Patrick O'Grady used to wheelsuck the bike magazines to spring break in Arizona or California. Then the biz wised up and he had to stick his own snoot into the breeze.
Until last year, when like many of us, he enjoyed all the travel of a rigid aluminum fork.
And now, in Year Two of the Plague, he's stuck — because...
Feb 22, 2021
When Texas sank back into the Ice Age, Patrick O'Grady was reminded of the good old days on a wind-scoured rockpile outside Weirdcliffe, Colorado, where the power shut off whenever it was most inconvenient, the candle lanterns and Coleman two-burner were close at hand, and a Lopi fireplace insert and a tall woodpile...