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Zia Pueblo | A Gravel Initiation
Home of the Sun Symbol The Zia Sun Symbol symbol originated with the Native Americans of Zia [pronounce it "tSEE-ah"] Pueblo (Indian village) in ancient times. The symbol has a sacred meaning to the Zia. Four is a sacred number...
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Socorro | A Photo Essay
Back in late October we set out on one of the last warm rides of the season, heading south along I-25 to the desert town of Socorro, NM. We started with a vague notion of where to park and begin...
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Ojo del Padre
A Ghost Town With Three Names I heard about an old two story brothel still standing out in the middle of the desert. After seeing some photos of the building and surrounding ghost town, the historian part of me was immediately...
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Patagonia
It’s 8:30am and this sleepy little town in southern Arizona is slowly coming to life. It’s still cold. The kind of desert cold that wakes the bones with knowledge that soon things will warm up. This is my second day...
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Project SSCX - A Lengthy Affair
Time flies when you're scrambling to keep a bike brand together during a recurring pandemic. I realize we've all experienced the highs and lows of sourcing parts to fix broken bikes or piecing together something fresh and new so I...
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