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What I’ve Been Up To In The Past Year: Part 2

TweetThere were a number of things that happened in the year-long hiatus from this blog that I forgot to mention in the last catch-up post I wrote you, dear readers, so here are a few more blog-worthy moments in the past … Continue reading

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What I’ve been up to in the past year

TweetUPDATE: Read Part 2 here! It’s come to my attention that it’s been exactly one whole year since I’ve updated this blog (whoops!). What could I possibly be doing that isn’t bike-blogging, you ask? Lots of biking, I assure you, and as … Continue reading

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New Video: Drum-Biking In The Snow, And Why I Always Read The Comments Section.

TweetLast Friday, I strapped my bucket-drums to my handlebars after a relatively drum-less winter and drummed my bike to work during the morning snow storm: Well, four days and 3,400 viral hits later thanks to places like Universal Hub, Bostinno, … Continue reading

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New Video: Biking Nemo

TweetWhen I heard there would be an epic snow storm early last week, dreams of taking the C line up to the top of Beacon St. in Brookline and skiiing down suddenly became a potential reality. Instead, I had to … Continue reading

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Drumming for November Project’s Ninja Race

TweetTwo weeks ago, I joined up with Brogan Graham’s November Project, a free Boston-area morning workout club, to drum-off hundreds of Ninjas for their first ever Ninja-themed running race along the esplanade. Galen and I stationed ourselves under the Mass. … Continue reading

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New Video: Biking Boston’s Blackout of March 13th, 2012

TweetBack in March, a transformer fire at Boston’s Hilton hotel caused all of Boston’s Back Bay area to black out for an entire night. Thanks to two six-hour Amtrak rides over Thanksgiving break, I finally had a chance to cut … Continue reading

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Biking Hurricane Sandy

TweetThis past Monday, my office closed along with much of the city while Hurricane Sandy struck Boston. Sitting at home, eyes glued to the Weather Channel, I felt like something was missing from my day; as my apartment windows rattled … Continue reading

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Join 400+ Cyclists, Me and the “Greg Mobile” to support Bike and Build for Upcoming Christina Clarke Genco Mother’s Day Memorial Ride

Tweet A funny thing happens when you start playing the bucket drums through Boston’s city streets on a bicycle; friends walking or biking down the street who happen to hear your drumming whiz by their ears feel the need to call, … Continue reading

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4th Annual 2012 Midnight Marathon Bike Ride: In the Boston Globe!

TweetFrom this morning’s Globe West Edition, “No crowds but magic aplenty on the Midnight Marathon”: For more than a century, Boston Marathon runners have laced up their sneakers to make the landmark journey amidst cheering fans. But for the past … Continue reading

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Biking Boston’s Great Blackout of 2012 (and My Most Awesome Encounter With BPD Yet)

TweetLast night I noticed my twitter newsfeed was blowing up with #bostonblackout, which led me to discover all the news about the transformer at the Hilton blowing up and causing a massive power outage in Back Bay. Even though it … Continue reading

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