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I seldom walk anywhere. I took this while eating a slice of pizza while walking because I couldn't ride my bike because I was eating pizza. This weekend was a mix of highs and lows. I've been thinking about healthcare and friends and communication. Walking slows your brain down, breaks your surrounds down to a granular level. I should walk more.

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Yeah, I'm losing my edge.
I'm losing my edge.
The kids are coming up from behind.
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But I'm losing my edge to better-looking people with better ideas and more talent.
And they're actually really, really nice.
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9:04 pm last night. Prior to this: riding up Railroad Grade shirtless in evening heat, burritos obvi, looking at a tiny speck of a city out yonder, realizing we suck at naming constellations. After this: golden sunrise, coffee, breaking a spoke on the way home cause I had 15 extra pounds of 4x5 gear in my panniers, yet another bus ride back into the city 🆒🤷‍♂️

I traveled to New Hope, Texas (pop. 671) to photograph Jess Herbst, the first openly trans elected official in Texas. Thank you, Jess, for your kindness and Southern hospitality. It was a pleasure to spend the day together. Shot for @refinery29, shout out to @derbw for this lovely assignment! 🌈🌈🌈

If you ride a lot, odds are you’ve swapped out parts, upgraded components, swapped from Sram back to Shimano, and ended up with a cardboard box full of functional parts and components that sit unused in your house. .
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition runs a program called Community Bike Builds, where spare parts are used to help turn partial bikes into complete bikes. These bikes are distributed to folks in communities, such as students, individuals with late night work shifts, and families that have a great need for affordable, reliable, and healthy transportation (i.e. bikes). .
In partnership with SFBC, we're running a parts donation drive to help get your spare components out of the closet, onto bikes at Community Bike Builds, and back out into the world to help people in need. Five shops around the city— @boxdogbikes, @cityandcountybicycleco, Rapha SF, @americancyclery, and @huckbikes— have graciously volunteered to be dropoff donation points for this program; from June 21-29th, you can drop off your (functional, safe, usable, or easily salvageable) parts to any of these shops. .
We hope this inspires you to do a little spring cleaning, and hope you can participate in this awesome program. If you have any donation-related questions, please contact miles@sfbike.org or jakestangel@gmail.com.

headlands. poppin. really no reason not to visit them every damn day these days.

Could literally pretty much do this almost every single day

morning offerings 🤔. Derailleur into the wheel, converted to a not reliable single speed, coasted down Tam, bus to Sausalito, discovered the next ferry was in 1.5 hrs, bit the bullet on a 30 minute Lyft with Paolo from Brazil, he told me all the spots, so... maybe worth it? Photo by twin @jake_perkins

Your bike vs. the bike she told you not to worry about. @dylanbuffington designed this sled, he is pretty great. He will slide away from you on descents and wheelie the climbs one handed. But, nice guy.

One of my more favorite views from the Headlands. This is near the backside of Hill 88, looking North, past Tennessee Valley and yonder to Coastal Trail. One of the biggest delights of my time romping around the Headlands/Mt. Tam has been in intimately learning trail networks, and through that, the minutiae of the topography here. How the serpentine contours of Miwok trail wind their way up towards a notch in the Headlands; how Hoo Koo E Koo Trail traverses, undulates, and wraps around the waist of Mt. Tam. I'm working on a photo project that may or may not be long term, but it's got me thinking more critically about this space, what is symbolic about it, where and why it gives the most joy. I missed the good light at this spot today, but I'm also excited to continue returning to this area for this project with a renewed sense of purpose, as if riding bikes around here wasn't enough.

Was searching for Stoke; ended up finding covfefe, but I'll take it.

Today, Sherri T., my SoulCycle instructor, told me that "the body I deserve is right over that hill", so I took off my headband, walked out of class, and went to go ride dirt at a conversational pace with these bääd boys.

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