Newsletter Nº217

Hand-tinted glass slide in banner by Charlie Chadwick.   Good evening! I hope you had a good weekend! : ) Recently, I spotted this week’s rhyming subject line inspiration in passing on social media and dug deeper into its roots. Turns out Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung (1875–1961), first...

Newsletter Nº216

Picture in banner by Dan Zoubek at the Bohemian Border Bash.   We’re 53 days since the start of 2021 and I can imagine this newsletter isn’t the only thing not running like clockwork in your life. But, hey I’m not here to make excuses just making...

Newsletter Nº215

Picture in banner is still taken from Onboard the Transcontinental Race .   Hello from snowy Amsterdam! I got out for some sled & mtb skate action. Of course, I was riding. ; ) And, also of course, I hit the deck with one slam in particular but it wasn’t...

Newsletter Nº214

Picture in banner is artwork byDan Cottrell.   hey, it’s been a minute. 😅 How’s it going? January has been quite the kickoff for 2021 but mostly fun! I don’t have a list of inspirational bullet points this week but a film tip in case you haven’t already seen...

Newsletter Nº213

Find out how bad your Spotify is.   Hello! And happy new year! I kicked off 2021 by riding my bike far for fun. Any long time readers would agree: this week wouldn’t be the 1st time sarcasm was used in the subject line. ; ) And those...

Newsletter Nº212

Picture in banner from the Bikepacking Awards 2021.   Hello! Can you believe it? We’re two weeks out from the end of everyone’s least favourite year ever. Even the people I know who had a ‘good’ year, don’t call it anything other than a bad year. And, as...

Newsletter Nº211

Picture in banner from SERIAL 1 .   Hello! Surprise Saturday send out here. How’s it been going? Since I last wrote you, I was in the USA for the 13th time since 2018 (a big highlight from that trip below in the Radness section) for about 10...

Newsletter Nº210

Picture in banner by Cor Vos.   Hey! How’s your weekend so far? I opted to play catch-up a bit today & took strides to get ahead as I’ll be travelling early next week. And, if you think you’ve seen this subject line before, you’re right. Back in Feb...

Newsletter Nº209

Picture in banner is art by Chet Malinow.   The phrase “A Stitch in Time Saves Nine” basically means it’s better to solve a problem right away and prevent it from becoming a much bigger one. According to the BBC, the first recorded use of the phrase...

Newsletter Nº208

Picture in banner by Markus Winkler.   Hello! For issue 208, I’m keeping the intro lightweight: Ever wonder what your most frequently used emoji say about you?   More below...