Thursday, January 27, 2011

Oliver discovers Cuzco: hardest hike a bike of my life, scale a knarley mountain (prefer biking)

Cuzco was very fun – Sam and I gathered our things and began to make some moves from Ollantay. Actually I didn’t gather anything, I pretty much got rid of everything. I headed to the city with simply the clothes on my back (white t and my vital mtb hoody) and a knife, and dumped everything out of my wallet except my drivers license. I did bring some pretty high expectations as I heard from everyone its very fun.

Sunday, January 23, 2011


Fun edit to help ease the boredom of negative temps.

Small/Medium/Large from Brian Park on Vimeo.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Exceptional week for shredding + weather. Guided some awesome folks, your new resident DJ at the bars.

Que Pasa! Got a little catching up to do – great week, awesome weather, did some incredible riding and met some cool peeps.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

661, Sunline, and One Industries for 2011

Big Thanks to 661, Sunline, and One Industries for their support of Drummer Racing's 2011 Season. It is going to be a good one.

Sunday, January 16, 2011


While Oliver is raging in the southern hemisphere life continues as normal in the cold dark New England winter. Zach, Mer, and I went snowboarding. Zach unintentionally poached it. It was pretty sick actually with the fresh snow and reasonable temps. 2011 GES Schedule should be released by the end of the month. Now back to our south american broadcaster...

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Day 4 Peru - Riding one of the highest passes in the Andes, almost kill myself, spend the day hitch hiking with locals.

Click the title to read more - my browser automatically makes everything to do with this web site into &0% #@!% spanish.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Oliver gets to Peru - the land of shutteling. Preface, traveling and first day of riding

So a little preface to some entries I will start making: I have limited internet time so I have been keeping a little log of my activities almost for just a personal account of my experiences as it is easy for days here to just blend together – it’s all riding bikes. The team, family and friends have all wondered what I am up to so here you go, I will start to enter in some of the things I have jotted down – usually late at night when I am beat from riding and have had a bunch of beers. So if you want to read it click the titles for each entry I make to view the full post. Bear with me, if my ramblings are too long – which they most likely are, go back to facebook or whatever. However, you might find it interesting. I am sure this will all filter down to short posts once I have been here for a week or two, ridden all the spots and the whole thing becomes not so peculiar to me in comparison to my past lifestyle. Also it may take some time for me to get good at this and get pics up as my browser automatically puts everything to do with this website in spanish.