Reviving OKC Bicyclist

This site remains the project that I never seem to have enough time for and yet the project I don’t want to set aside.  Over the last couple of months I’ve been missing this site more and more and trying to find the time to write.

Then, at the beginning of the year, one of my favorite bike blogs (especially from a photography point of view), EcoVelo shut down.  I decided I didn’t want OKC Bicyclist to vanish from sight without a strong push to keep the site going and to grow it into the real local cycling news site I’ve always wanted it to be.

So, I’m going to make a real push to keep this site updated the local general cycling news that I’ve always tried to keep in place.  I’m also going to expand the site to cover product reviews and also the sport side of both road and mountain biking.  I’m also going to try to put together a truly comprehensive cycling event calendar.

Additionally, the site will be going through a general redesign of which this current design is a temporary stage.

All of this is going to take some but for those few readers who are still around, I hope you won’t forget about this site.  Also, if any one has any news or story ideas, please contact us at info [at]

It All Must Go!

There comes a time in every man’s life when he is asked to shave his head for a good cause.  While some might hesitate from such a challenge, a proud few refuse to shirk from the cause.  Inspired by my friend Dustin, this year, at 2:00 PM on March 28th at VZD’s, I will be shaving my head in support of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.  That’s right, all fur must go!  St. Baldrick’s helps raise funds for childhood cancer research, certainly a noble cause.  If you can help, please consider donating to this organization at my sponsorship page:  Even one dollar would provide much-needed help to this critical research.

Also, I would like to invite all of my friends to come join me to see the mop get killed.  Thanks to all those who can help!