We love bicycling as a lifestyle, culture, and sport. We love to ride, build, restore, oggle and sometimes race bicycles. We also love to talk on at great length about our ideas, opinions and exploits involving all of the above. Welcome to our BLOG!

Abandon Your Car is not a slogan or ideology so much as a reminder to all of us to get away from our petro-mobiles as often as we possibly can and embark on life as an adventure by bicycle.

We'll keep you current on the important road and trail beta from our home base in Palisade, Colorado and shower you with our .02 cents about the ongoings of bicycle tribes the world over.

Be sure to tune in for Danny, AKA: the Young Apprenctice, providing the ever important perspectives of a college-bound bike geek and all around brainiac in his NORCAL Updates.

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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

farm fresh goodness

Jen and i rolled out this morning to see what some of the local Palisade farms were offering at their roadside stands. Jen brought home a Bob-full of #2 organics for the first round of peach cobbler, pop-overs, tarts, ice cream, cereal topping, dried fruit mix, etc. the peaches are perfectly ripe and ready to eat as they are now- these never make it to your local supermarket for that very reason. also a great reason to visit the 'sade during the harvest.

Palisade Cycle Chic



go ahead and LiveWrong, but be sure to eat well.



check out the color on these fine Palisade organics!



jen places the sliced peaches out on screens for drying.



it goes without saying that i was a really big help with the project.



two racks down, a lot more to go...



Jen makes the finest gourmet pesto in the world with her own Palisade homegrown organic basil and purple garlic from the garden in Oak Creek.



if this little peckerhead poultry keeps eating the flowers, we will be dining on some delicious free-range ginger chicken in the not-so-distant future.








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