6 Tips for Beginners - Sunday Comics with Taj Mihelich

Aug 11, 2019
by Taj Mihelich  

*Illustrator's note: this is supposed to be a jellyfish wobbling down the trail.







45 Comments

  • + 162
 Back in the time on newspapers, the Sunday comics were a weeklong anticipated event. Now, I wait for Taj’s comics with the same enthusiasm. Great job, the art, the humor and the life is all there. Thank you very much!
  • + 23
 These were the best so far, just love the crane attack position... holds a nice mirror to the stupid sounding stuff we keep telling newbies.
  • + 7
 Not to mention Taj is a legit legend in the realm of any bicycle riding, like few authors here are. And a very down-to-earth one too. A tanker of Love to him! Big Grin
  • + 23
 Man, I wish I was an octopus. I wouldn't need a hydration pack. I could use one hand to hold my water bottle. Matter fact, I wouldn't need a remote for my dropper post and I could adjust my suspension on the fly. I wouldn't even need a shifter and I'd still have an extra arm to spare. Most importantly, I wouldn't break any bones.
  • + 0
 Plus you could talk on the phone the whole time
  • + 5
 The Octopus'
Tell me, O Octopus, I begs,
Is those things arms, or is they legs?
I marvel at thee, Octopus
If I were thou, I'd call me Us.

Ogden Nash
  • + 1
 If you were an octopus, you would be dead because I had you for dinner last night with a Korean BBQ glaze and Shishito peppers
  • + 5
 If this hypothetical MTB octopus is taking votes, I think doing your own follow cam shots would be a good use for that last unused arm.
  • + 17
 Thank you Taj, Bernie the Bike Builder has quickly become a favorite in our household and the Sunday comics are an awesome addition.
  • + 15
 Yak should make a coffee table book of these
  • + 0
 @paulmboyle : i've got a better idea! lets make a coffee table book about coffee tables!
  • + 7
 These are so good - I always forget about them, then they seem to pop up outta nowhere - I click the link in 2secs flat - no expectations, just know I'll be entertained - super nice surprise - !
  • + 9
 Love the clarification of the jellyfish!
  • + 4
 Dear Taj,

Please could you make a T-shirt with no.2 on it! Or could I have your permission to get one printed myself? It's soooo good!

Yours admiringly,

Gav
  • + 4
 Back in the day you could send money to Terrible One, Taj’s old Company with Joe Rich, and Taj or Joe or their artist Sieben would send you back a hand drawn with Sharpie T-Shirt of whatever the hell they felt like drawing. Wish I had of gotten more of them, I wonder how many they drew.
  • + 1
 @LittleDominic: Nothing like the good 'ol days!
  • + 7
 T-shirts please.
  • + 1
 T shirt!.!?!? I'll take 2!!!
  • + 1
 ^^This^^
  • + 6
 Solid advice.
  • + 3
 Reminds me of the Richard Scary books I read as a kid. Beautiful illustrations and great advice????
  • + 1
 Hey! for a non native english speaker, wha means "feather your brakes"? It is like to "pull the leaver quietly or controlled"??

thanks!
  • + 2
 Just little bits of braking.
  • + 2
 AND.....NEVER park/stop on the trail.
  • + 2
 Hahaha these are my favorites so far ! Thanks and great work !
  • + 1
 Thanks!
  • + 2
 please draw something for: stoked, gutted, robbed, pinned, gnar, flow
  • + 2
 I look forward to these every Sunday now.
  • + 1
 That eagle has pretty eye(s).
  • + 1
 #7 Keep the hairy side up and the rubber side down.
  • + 2
 You‘re _reading_ porn?
  • - 1
 You must be a barrel of laughs at parties.
  • + 0
 Nah, he is isn’t “reading” porn. Reading is a sub-genre you just aren’t hip to yet. He prefers porn where the actors are intellectuals. Sheesh- gotta spell it out for ya
  • + 2
 I'm in it for the articles. I swear.
  • + 1
 These keep on getting better! So good!
  • + 1
 Always a chuckle! Not easy coming up with bike humor. Great work!
  • + 1
 Spot on fun - great for coaching...
  • + 1
 all of these should be printed on t shirts!
  • + 1
 golden!
  • + 1
 Too funny. Nice work!
  • + 0
 Yeah !
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