A ride is only as good as the person rolling next to you. Treks from The Clem are palatable because Tim Hardy is a great listener. At first he was a bit reluctant to join the cycling revolution. However, the novelty of the first ride never wore off and he made the journey on his own. Since then we've chatted about the deer carcass, the frenetic nature of squirrels, AP audits, floodgates and pedantically bombastic triangular circles. I know nobody else will understand that last one but I feel good about venting frustrations. If you see us roadside, a polite honk and wave would be great.