Greg Taylor is a native of Alexandria, Virginia.  Identified by name in over one-third of the world’s creation myths, he is a middling cyclist and a world-class smart-ass.  While everything that he says should be taken with a grain of salt, Mr. Taylor really did beat Miguel Indurain over a mountain stage of the Tour de France.  He commutes to his job as a litigation attorney by bicycle, much to the bemusement of his colleagues.  When the mood hits him, he updates this blog.


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  1. 1 Joanne Neukirchen
    February 23, 2016 at 3:44 pm

    Greg –

    Thanks for saving my ass yesterday on the MVT — the zip tie worked like a charm! And while I probably won’t light a MAPP torch in my studio apartment to build my next bike, it’s still fun to entertain the idea. One day I’ll get a garage/workspace. Until then, thanks for sharing your creations. They are the stuff my daydreams are made of — so very cool.

    Happy riding,
    Joanne

    • February 23, 2016 at 4:31 pm

      Joanne –

      No problem – glad that you were able to get back on the road. If you do write something about yesterday’s commute, please let me know. Actually, if you are blogging about local cycling and transportation issues, etc., please pass along a link.

      Your bike is amazing – what a nice job! Pure class, and lots of cool details. Mike Flannigan is apparently an excellent teacher. You will get a lot of very happy miles out of that frame set.

      Keep pedaling –

      Greg


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