Dirt Rag Magazine

Mike Cushionbury

Mike Cushionbury

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Dirt Rag Editor

Yeah, but what do you ACTUALLY do around here?

Sleep in 'til noon, never come to the office and crack open a beer at 3 p.m.

What do you think about when you're riding your bike?

I got this slow when?

How would you rate your coffee consumption on a scale of 8-10?

I give myself a 1. As in 1 pot a day.

Complete this sentence: "My other bike is …"

My other bike has always been a motorcycle of some sort.

What are you eating, drinking, reading, or fearing these days?

These days I'm usually drinking out of a paper sack because I'm fearing I might get caught...

Elvis or the Beatles?

Elvis

Say something profound and meaningful in exactly seven words…

Don't stop believin', hold onto that feelin'

I like your answers. How can I get in touch with you?

Email me

Issue #179: The great e-bike controversy

Issue #179 is available now. Within its pages, you’ll find a great El Paso, Texas and Juárez, Mexico travel story, a riveting Access Action, and, because we're not afraid of controversy, an expose’ on e-bikes, the elephant on the trail.

Irreverent Reverend: Bob Seals Interview Outtakes Part 1

In the current issue of Dirt Rag (on sale now) you’ll find a ground-breaking interview with Reverend Bob Seals of CoolTool, Kleen Kanteen and Retrotec fame. This multi-faceted artist, activist, frame builder, race promoter and team owner, if not agitator, ran his whole operation out of his ranch just outside of Chico, California.

Seals was first interviewed in Dirt Rag #38 in July 1994 by Fernando Avallone and we strongly suggest you find and read that original interview, there’s too much there to miss. We also suggest you read the new interview by the same author in Issue #178 if you haven’t yet. Over the next few weeks we’ll be posting select outtakes that didn’t make it to print. Most of these unimaginable stories are being told for the first time right here.

Read them here.


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