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Gore Bike Wear Men's Oxygen Jacket (Black/Steel Grey/Black, Large)

Gore Bike Wear Men's Oxygen Jacket (Black/Steel Grey/Black, Large)

The lame thing about some waterproof, windproof jackets is that they feel cardboardy, they donat breathe much, and they donat fit in your one-small-pocket hydration-pack. The GORE Bike Wear Oxygen Jacket is different.

Product Features
Material: [shell] Gore-Tex Paclite
Fabric Waterproof Rating:
Fabric Breathability Rating:
Windproof Rating:
Fit: slim
Center Back Length:
Hood: no
SPF Rating:
UPF Rating:
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:

85% (10)

Antlers on a Bicycle

Antlers on a Bicycle

You see whenever I'm alone
I tend to brood
But when I'm out on my bike
It's a different mood
I leave my brain at home -Luka Bloom

Never doubt the power of enthusiasm to inspire people towards ridiculous efforts and insane risk for asinine goals. Not one second of reservation about the sheer stupidity of carrying elk antlers on a bicycle down a mostly un-rideable, mostly non-existent single track trail from the top of a remote mountain pass, across twenty miles of absolutely desolate desert occurred to me during the entire journey. Legal, moral and ethical considerations regarding the act of removing the antlers from the spot Gavin discovered them… not a single synaptic spark.

The place where we stopped crashing, careening and rocketing down Moffit Pass in order to pee and gather our wits, where Gavin found the beautiful rack of recently shed Elk antlers was the place where enthusiasm declared a new goal; Get the antlers to the rendezvous point at any cost. Mercifully (or fortunately - depending on your view of that sort of thing), the bicycle spokes bent and scored by repeated jamming with antler points held out for the rest of the ride. While I constantly considered how long I would take to bleed to death when one of the points gored my kidneys during the frequent crashes caused by the antlers contacting trees and rocks on the narrow rutted trail, I never thought that carrying the antlers was a bad idea. It didn't matter in any way that the use of gaffer tape (a fancy, more sticky version of duct tape) and bungee cords to attach the deadly thing to the bicycle made me the envy of anybody who ever cried tears of joy when they watch The Red Green Show.

Another thing about enthusiasm; It is infectious. This is how idiots become leaders and intelligent, moral, spiritual human beings happily sell themselves to bad ideas. Infectious enthusiasm is the socially questionable phenomenon studied, cultivated and distilled by the people who sold your house, car, clothes, cameras, theater television and sound system, every extended warranty, time-share vacation condo in Missouri and just about everything else you don’t need and can’t afford. This is why Gavin never stopped me and said… Hey! Reality check - NOW! Instead, he was giddy with joy and just a little envious that his bicycle was not equipped with the hardware needed to strap this twenty pound suicide dream to his fanny.

Because one can never have too many green t-shirts.

Because one can never have too many green t-shirts.


Yeah, it's another Threadless shirt. I ordered a few of them this week, as I was waiting for one in particular to become available in my size again. (I don't know the name of it offhand, but I did get it- it's the luggage one that shows conveyor belts of baggage cruising through swamps of snapping alligators, being gored by cattle, carried off in eagle talons, etc). So because I haven't done laundry in awhile, you can deal with me wearing my new shirts. It's either that or take photos while still in work clothes, and those are a pain in the butt cuz I have to edit out the logos.

I can't wait for warmer weather- I really want to get out and do stuff, especially biking. We had beautiful blue skies again today, but unfortunately, it was only about 7 degrees out. (And even if I get warmer riding gear, I'm paranoid about riding in the winter because of bad road conditions and worse drivers.) Guess I can go use the trainer in the basement...

gore bike clothes

gore bike clothes

Gore Bike Wear Men's Power 2.0 Bibtights Short, Black, Small

GORE Bike Wear designed Men's Power 2.0 Bib Short with a special fit for cycling postures, so you can enjoy both the waistband-free comfort of a bib and a tension-free fit when you tuck. Constructed to wick muscle-cooling perspiration away from your skin, this bib short also has a mesh insert in the back to increase airflow and improve ventilation. The workhorse Power chamois offers a seamless finish and an ergonomic fit with stretch, ventilation, and breathability.

Product Features
Material: [body] 90% nylon, 10% elastane; [inserts] 85% nylon, 15% elastane; [bib] 80% nylon, 20% elastane mesh
Fit: snug
Inseam: 10 in
Chamois: Power
Removable Chamois: no
Chamois Thickness:
Bib: yes
SPF Rating:
UPF Rating:
Recommended Use: medium- to long-distance rides
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year

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