Road Trip: Santa Fe & Taos Visiting Sincere Cycles


Hey friends,
I’m back in action over here at the Bike Jerks blog and coming at you today with a little bit about my time spent last week in the Santa Fe Taos area.

After leaving All-City I didn’t know what to do with myself but I knew that I sure as heck didn’t want to have nothing to do when Monday rolled around. That would be way too sad. So I packed up and headed toward Bentonville, AR on my way to Stillwater, OK for the Land Run 100 (more on this in another post).

After Stillwater I decided to head over to Santa Fe as I’d never been, and my good friend Bailey Newbrey was just about to open up his new shop, Sincere Cycles.

I have to say that I am becoming quite taken with the desert landscapes. It’s a long time coming as I come from the land of trees and water, but the more time I spend in the desert environments, the more I dig it.

Santa Fe is gorgeous, surrounded by mountains, and the architecture and Mexican / Spanish influence is super rad. I also really like the fact that it’s indigenous history is prominent as that is a topic I’m also quite taken with.

After a few days it was time to get back home, but not before a spirit quest in Carson National Forest. I’m really loving truck camping as I can pick any forest road and drive in confidently and setup camp. It’s terrific.

Bailey’s just getting started at Sincere Cycles, but it is now a can’t miss when in the area.

Rusty Miller and Dr. Seth doing some crick crawling

Petroglyphs right above town


Heading into the Carson National Forest





On my way  to seek knowledge and peace from the wilderness. Tried to scramble up the right side, got cliffed out. Made it up the left saddle.



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