Last year we got a call from SER Steak in Dallas Texas. Their chiefs cook up mouth watering steak 27 stories high, making for an incredible dining experience that even the president of the USA has partaken of. They had seen Jesse's work and wanted to find out if he could come up with a high class way to construct a wall of wine bottles hung with leather straps on bars. The obvious choice was to create a wall of bicycle wine racks. The result was fantastic.
As you can see from the photos, this place has got nothing but class. With a menu that boasts 45-day aged prime ribeye, jumbo crab cakes, and even three local cheese mac and cheese, they are certainly a force to be reckoned with in Dallas.
We were happy to be able to deliver a solid result to the people at SER Steaks. After all, nothing pairs better than wine, steak and leather.
I've got reservations at 8 - see you there!
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Bike touring is different than other types of travelling in that you don't really know how far you're going to get every day. This can make planning accommodations difficult and stressful, but it doesn't need to be.
In this post, I share some of the techniques I use to find accommodation on the fly so you can enjoy the ride and not stress about where to rest your head that night.
The main problem here is that entry level index shifters usually have cables right where you'd want to be putting your handlebar bag.
This hack, lets you get the cables out of the way and keep them protected without having to upgrade your shifters.
Stay tuned for more free-cycling adventures & inventions.