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New Year’s Day Ride

Seems like a good idea to ride out to Bluffton every year to shake off the previous year's cobwebs. This year's start was about -2 degrees and a couple of fresh inches of snow had fallen the day before. Perfect.

A professional photographer I will never be, but taking good shots with mittens on is hard, so shut up.

Important supplies hauled by idiot in shorts.

 

Piles of fat

 

Looks cold. Howzabout a beer?

 

More cold

 

The Bridge

 

Enabler

 

Things getting fuzzy

 

I'm not the kind of person to make a lot of New Year's resolutions or anything, but doing this more often probably wouldn't be the worst thing. Good luck out there this year. We're all counting on you.

 

-Skip

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About Skip Bernet

Eric is one of the best people you’re likely to meet. He’s one of the folks you’ll reach if you call or email us. In fact, for more than many years he has answered questions about choosing the right model, what size you should get, and why toe overlap probably isn’t that big a deal. He is often Surly’s front man at events, easily recognizable by his tall height and probably unnecessary megaphone. Eric works remotely from a small office in the beautiful singletrack-rich town of Decorah, Iowa, where he lives with his lovely wife and son.

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