The following is a short essay that I wrote for my Epistemology class in Spring 2012.

I received an A on the essay (a 90), and while the professor commented that it was well-written, it appears I was a little off on some of the philosophy.

This article was published in a special print edition of The Saint, the student newspaper at North Georgia College and State University (now known as The University of North Georgia).

In addition to having a short readings piece and a feature article in the most recent issue of Dirt Rag Magazine, I also edited a number of articles for the issue:
  • "Accustomed to Custom," page 22.
  • "North American Handmade Bicycle Show 2012," page 30.
  • "Manic Mechanic," page 57.
  • "Clip Less," page 74.
Check it out: I have (finally ;) been added to the and staff pages:

Singletracks staff page bio:
Greg (mtbgreg1) is our social media expert and is a regular contributor to the singletracks blog as a writer and an editor. Greg lives in Dahlonega, GA in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains where he shreds IMBA Epics like Bull Mountain regularly. Outside of his singletracks duties, Greg has served as an ambassador for Airborne Bikes and an intern at Dirt Rag magazine.
Tripleblaze staff page bio:
Greg is the social media expert and content editor here at Greg enjoys camping but you'll usually find him on a mountain bike during the day, though he does slow down to hike every now and then. Wanna get your photo featured as a photo of the day? Better make friends with Greg.
Panthertown Valley,
located east of Cashiers, North Carolina, is a high-altitude valley (by
East Coast standards) that contains and is ringed by tall mountains
with several massive granite faces. This unique topography has earned it
the title “Yosemite of the East.”
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If you are striving to get your photography featured as an outdoor photo of the day here on, there are a few things that you can keep in mind to help increase your chances of being featured:
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We’ve recently launched a new feature here on the hiking and camping Photo of the Day. Each day we highlight a different camping or hiking image that strikes us as exceptional.
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I recently had a recap of the Snake Creek Gap race published in Dirt Rag #163 on page 18. Be sure to pick up a copy and check it out!

Today (5/7/12) marks my first-ever feature article published in a print mountain bike magazine! Titled "Tribal Connections," the article is a preview of a number of upcoming mountain bike festivals across the nation. It begins on page 66--be sure to pick up issue #163 of Dirt Rag Magazine and read it!

Click on over to to read my newest article: "How to Ride a Pump Track."