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End of the month cop-out part thirteen.

After doing these month end cop-outs for a year, we have finally come to their conclusion. It was this issue when the plug was ultimately pulled from the Paved Magazine machine, and I was told to get packing. I hope you’ve enjoyed the stroll down memory lane, and either revisited, or discovered for the first time, the fruits of my literary/journalistic/whatever efforts.

As far as today goes, like I’ve said many times before, I hope you enjoy it, and if you don’t, that’s ok too.
Photo by Stephen Wilde

End of the month cop-out part eleven.

The end of the month is here again, and with it, the time in which I post a pre-edited version of the ‘Axis Of Stevil’ article I wrote for the now defunct Paved Magazine. Today’s is about an often misunderstood cycling accessory that has long been near and dear to my heart. Because I celebrate our differences in tastes and perspectives, I hope you enjoy it, but if you don’t, as always, that’s ok too.
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Photo by Forrest Arakawa

End of the month cop-out part seven.

You all know what time of the month it is? That’s right- It’s the end part. After seven months of month end cop-outs, you’re probably used to this by now. If not, I’ll explain it once again. The short version is I’ve decided to take the final post of every month and until they hit me with a cease and desist order, I’ll electronically publish the pre-edited feature I did for the now defunct Paved Magazine.

For the seventh time, I hope you enjoy it. If not, take a hike, and we’ll catch you back here when we return to the regular scheduled rigamarole.
Photo by Ross Downard