Monthly Archive: December 2011

Dec 17 2011

Finished Touches

About a month ago I posted an entry with a shot of the first Bamboo Bike Studio Toronto Frame being built. Since then, the video I put together has gone live (link below) and three custom ‘boo frames were displayed and put up for sale today. All very exciting stuff. I’m very proud of Steff’s …

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Dec 14 2011

A Confluence

Confluence: a coming together of people or things; concourse. A number of unrelated events have conspired to make this all happen and I’m delighted with the way things have worked out. I retired from IBM and started into this next chapter. And now that the local cycling scene is in winter mode I have downtime. …

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Dec 07 2011

Oddly Enough

This just in: Paris cleans lipstick off Oscar Wilde grave Andrea came across this piece and it reminded me of the time we rode there on Velibs (the Paris city bikes) in 2010. Another great excuse to highlight a few photos I took there including the lipstick-covered Wilde monument. That was our “volcano” trip and …

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Dec 05 2011

A walk in the woods

Andrea and I met up with our friend Liz for a hike along the Bruce Trail on the weekend; a perfect opportunity for some late autumn photos. The new background is one of them… Tiffany Falls in the Dundas Valley Conservation Area. I took along my 5D MkII with the 16-35 lens and played with …

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Dec 04 2011

From First Race to Last Race

What an amazing experience this first part of my next chapter has been… from the first race in April that still had snow on the ground to a final race at Albion Hills that was a muddy cyclo-cross shortly before December began. The 2011 cycling season is now a wrap and I had a blast …

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