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49, Husband, father of 2, teacher of history, Japanese and PE. Love coaching the Whatcom County Composite high school XC mtb team.

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reverend selchinator's photo
Dec 18, 2014 at 17:09
22 mins
I like the lighting. We've got plans until the 29th or so. Call or text if you want to go to Orcas for some riding between then and the start of school.

reverend ridingaddiction1's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 10:00
Dec 13, 2014
reverend martinabogott's article
Dec 13, 2014 at 9:53
Dec 13, 2014
Video: Valentina Hoell - The Next Downhill Superstar
Yet another woman who'll be calling out "on your right" as she sails past me on A-Line. How cool is that? Enjoy the ride, Vali!
reverend anthill's article
Dec 11, 2014 at 17:46
Dec 11, 2014
The Steps to Adventure
He's also a stand-up kind of guy who not only rides phenomenally well, but is a great rep for the companies who sponsor him. I'm not particularly motivated to purchase said products, but if the sponsorships keep him riding and filming, then I'll continue to eat up dakine of specialized pictures and film in which he's featured. Of course I'd trek to the edge of the clif to watch Shandro ride too... Another fine human being who can ride the tires off a bike regardless of the size of the wheels.
reverend selchinator's video
Dec 11, 2014 at 17:09
Dec 11, 2014
video
Nice to see another video from you Eli. braaaaap

reverend mikekazimer's article
Nov 27, 2014 at 10:01
Nov 27, 2014
Opinion: A Mountain Biker's Thanksgiving
A day to celebrate the fact that the Wampanoag indians were kind enough to keep the incompetent pilgrims from starving their first winter, then teach these same pilgrims to farm so they wouldn't starve their second winter. The ultimate reward as more and more Europeans arrived? Genocide of nearly all natives of North America, theft of their land, and the shunting of the rest to undesirable bits of land the European-Americans saw as having little economic promise. Kind of makes me want to wave my cell phone over my head and sing "I'm proud to be an American". (not really) I am thankful for the opportunity to be a member of a wider community. To see comments on this Canadian site from Portugal, the UK, Canada and the US so far this morning. To know that I've friends through riding who hail from around the globe, even if we've yet to ride together. I am grateful that through mutual appreciation for being outdoors and on bikes we can make the world a little less intolerant. So, get out there on your DH, 4X, Enduro, AM, XC, single speed, Fat tire, Trials, squishy, rigid, FR... bike and welcome all who get out and ride.
reverend pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 27, 2014 at 9:01
Nov 27, 2014
Video: Tom van Steenbergen - Fall Lines
I thought everybunny read PB for the articles... Amazing riding. I've probably ridden longer than he's been alive, and yet that level of comfort and steeze on any terrain will never be achieved by me. Do love the ride though, no matter how much better someone else is than I.
reverend loizorider's article
Nov 25, 2014 at 13:00
Nov 25, 2014
Video: Jerome Clementz in Indonesia
Love all the enthusiasm for EWS, but as the rain falls outside, all this talk of summer riding is almost unEnduroable.
reverend FreehubMag's article
Nov 20, 2014 at 18:20
Nov 20, 2014
Video: Peak to Creek - Part Two
Dang. Cool to see a couple of Bellinghamsters on the crew! Way to go. Need to head to the Selkirks one of these summers and ride!
reverend pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 20, 2014 at 17:58
Nov 20, 2014
Video: Norco Factory Team Sneak Peak
Ah. Don't know how I missed it! :-)
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