true blue wrench works

A weekend of Boone daytrips, and overnighters at Warrior Creek.

Stopped for a canine walkabout in Norwich, NY.

Stopped for a canine walkabout in Norwich, NY.

5th Annual 6 Hours of Briar Chapel!

Come on out to show support and race some of the buffest trails in the Triangle!

Race info can be found here, while a course map can be viewed here.

Hope to see some of you folks this Sunday!

Rims sanded…cleaned with acetone…first layers of glue applied…hanging up to dry.
Cyclocross season is upon us.

So…i recently ordered a new wheel set to dress up the Burner. Industry 9 torch hubs, laced up to Stan’s Arch EX 650b rims. I’m stoked to be riding these Asheville-built beauties!

So…i recently ordered a new wheel set to dress up the Burner. Industry 9 torch hubs, laced up to Stan’s Arch EX 650b rims. I’m stoked to be riding these Asheville-built beauties!

A dirt-bag fix for my Shimano XT DynaSys rear derailleur…using a roller from a discarded Shimano chain, no less.

Post rainy days trail cleanup…and a weary chain.

New beginnings.
As some of you may know, I recently folded my shop, True Blue Wrench Works, and then joined mechanical forces with my buddy, Jason, at his Back Alley Bikes shop.  This was timed with Back Alley’s move into its new digs at 100 Boyd St, the old stomping grounds of the used literary device giants, Nice Price Books.
Following this move, maintaining the shop’s site as a business site seemed a tad unnecessary, but I figured it would be fun to keep it going as more of a photo journal, accompanied by tiny bits of writing, for which this whole Tumbler site seems perfect.
Cheers!

New beginnings.

As some of you may know, I recently folded my shop, True Blue Wrench Works, and then joined mechanical forces with my buddy, Jason, at his Back Alley Bikes shop.  This was timed with Back Alley’s move into its new digs at 100 Boyd St, the old stomping grounds of the used literary device giants, Nice Price Books.

Following this move, maintaining the shop’s site as a business site seemed a tad unnecessary, but I figured it would be fun to keep it going as more of a photo journal, accompanied by tiny bits of writing, for which this whole Tumbler site seems perfect.

Cheers!