Saturday, June 22, 2019
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Saturday, June 15, 2019
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
I had some time today and again rode the Baltimore to Annapolis trail on the Porsche Bike X. After running a bit this week, my legs were a little tired, but another awesome 27-mile ride on the old train route.
Sunday, June 9, 2019
Saturday, June 8, 2019
Monday, June 3, 2019
Sunday, June 2, 2019
The paved bike path spans the now removed train line that used to run between Baltimore and Annapolis. There are still some old artifacts along the route that make great photo opportunities.
Last week was a week to forget. Got a flat tire on the Bike X and crashed the Bike S. And in two consecutive days. This week I’m back on the...
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Here's another blueprint-type drawing I just completed that might also make its way to a shirt design.
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Ultra rare: Porsche Carrera GT mountain bike
I just ran across a disc brake conversion option on the Internet . Appears to be a viable option to provide better braking power to the Po...
I ran across this picture of an all white Porsche Bike S on a German website. I believe all the Bike S models sold in the USA were painted G...
Good friend Dennis Yee emailed me some photos of his near perfect 1998 Porsche Bike FS. Dennis lives way over on the other side of the count...
The Porsche Bike ST is a rare Porsche bike among rare Porsche bicycles. The Bike ST is a "touring" version of the Bike S mountain ...