FIVE THINGS is a feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week's notable person lives in Little Rock Arkansas and is a self-proclaimed grease monkey. Meet S. Tyler Hendrix.
"I'm always eating ice cream. It's why I started riding bicycles. I knew I would have to stop eating ice cream or begin moving around more. And I'll NEVER give up ice cream. "
We hope you enjoy this week's Banjo Brothers Five Things.
- Rad Dad #1 is Trenton Raygor. Raygor might be best known for his contributions to Minnesota's gravel cycling scene, as the founder of The Filthy Fifty and The DAMn.
- CINCO COSAS es una entrada semanal del Blog por Banjo Brothers. Se trata de una breve entrevista sobre la vida y las bicis con una persona notable. La entrada de esta semana es con ciclista Jon Dicus.
- FIVE THINGS is a weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week's notable person is cyclist Jon Dicus. Dicus says, "Minneapolis is a great biking city. I’ve done several traditional, long-distance tours, but a few years back I checked out bikepacking and got hooked (Baja, Arizona, Colorado). As long as my body lets me, I’ll be chasing that combination of single track, mountains, and self-supported camping."
- Yes, it is possible for Banjo Brothers Bags to look and smell like new with a little basic care using materials you already have at home. It doesn't matter if you're a bikepacker, a bicycle commuter, a gravelgrinder or do long distance bike touring, sooner or later you're going to want to clean your bags.
- FIVE THINGS is a weekly feature on the Banjo Brothers Blog. It’s a short interview about life and bicycles with a notable person. This week's notable person is Mark ‘Markus’ Cramton. Markus is an avid cyclist and has been the local 30 Days of Biking Captain in Fargo, North Dakota for the past five years.