Help me design my tattoo.

I'm thinking about getting a tattoo. I want something cool, and Mt. Bike related. Anyone know of any good designs? - Ray

Brad rides bikes... how about a Steve-O style 'B-rad' tattoo? - Joshua


You think you've seen it all.... and then...


That's right... a website that pairs you up with a female prisoner, so you can marry, and get the visits!

Their motto: The nagging stops when the bars slam shut!


K is for Kentucky

On Saturday B-rad, LaLaLaLaLacey, Silent Ed, Chino, Piss Break, & Magellan made the haj down to "almost Sonoita" and enjoyed a nice slow ride through the Kentucky Camp trails.
more pics


me: "can I?"
my boss: "not if you like being a manager"


Ray's Roadee Rant

After being extremely annoyed by some road rider's outright refusal to ride single file, and let traffic pass them on Gates Pass, I did a little research.

According to ARS 28-815: A cyclist may ride side-by-side (no more than two). However, ARS 28-704: Bicyclists may not unnecessarily slow motor vehicle traffic. Also, according to ARS 28-721: Any vehicle moving slower than the normal traffic speed shall drive in the right-hand lane, or “as close as PRACTICABLE” to the right edge of the road, except when preparing to turn left or when passing. This also applies to bicycles.

The relationship between the cycling and non-cycling public is strained at best. As the minority, I believe it is incumbent upon us, the cyclists, to present ourselves in the most courteous, and non-intrusive manner possible. When we go out of our way to anger the general public, we are doing a great disservice to our community as a whole.

A less than favorable outlook from the public can only harm us the next time we lobby City Hall to make allowances for cyclists. Try getting a city planner to back Fantasy Island, or any other pro-cycle action if, every day when he drives to work, he is repeatedly enraged by discourteous cyclists.



Justin looking for a replacement... 24 ITOP

Factors outside of Justin's control may force him to surrender his spot in the 24 Hrs of the Old Pueblo. He is signed up to ride on the non-competitive, 4-Man, 'Sonoran Pirates Bus Stop' team. Any takers? Contact Joshua.


Fantasy Island... in the news again!


It appears that Arizona is granting Westcor a permit to create the master plan for the state trust land upon which Fantasy Island resides.

Arizona Daily Star Article

Contact Westcor

Got AZ State Trust Land Permit?

Many of the Tucson MTB trails are on State Trust Land and required a permit for use. Get one. $15/yr - individual | $20/yr - family
State Trust Land Info
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