Luke Markof
A blog from the everyday of life of Luke Markof.
Nothing remarkable here, but hopefully fun, engaging, political, silly, stupid, crazy, demented, bias....what was I saying?

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Luke Markof
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Untitled by (Mackensie Noelle)
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theathletic:

Today’s ride through the city.
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b22-design:

The Boomerang office building by H.A. Maaskant - 1960
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ffffffound:

i’m not wordy
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nickrearden:


Eddie, Tom, Jacques, Brian, Fausto, Barry & more from James Straffon’s Legends Stencil series here: http://www.redhouseoriginals.com/artists/james-straffon
nickrearden:


Eddie, Tom, Jacques, Brian, Fausto, Barry & more from James Straffon’s Legends Stencil series here: http://www.redhouseoriginals.com/artists/james-straffon
nickrearden:


Eddie, Tom, Jacques, Brian, Fausto, Barry & more from James Straffon’s Legends Stencil series here: http://www.redhouseoriginals.com/artists/james-straffon
nickrearden:


Eddie, Tom, Jacques, Brian, Fausto, Barry & more from James Straffon’s Legends Stencil series here: http://www.redhouseoriginals.com/artists/james-straffon
nickrearden:


Eddie, Tom, Jacques, Brian, Fausto, Barry & more from James Straffon’s Legends Stencil series here: http://www.redhouseoriginals.com/artists/james-straffon
nickrearden:


Eddie, Tom, Jacques, Brian, Fausto, Barry & more from James Straffon’s Legends Stencil series here: http://www.redhouseoriginals.com/artists/james-straffon
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bigboybadboy:

discoursesofthewithered:


Col du Tourmalet (2,115 m / 6,939 ft) is the highest road in the central Pyrenees in the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in France. 
The western side, from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, is 19 km. long, climbing 1,404 m. at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10.2% near the summit. Starting from Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, the climb is 17.2 km., gaining 1,268 m., at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10%.

And they used to climb it on fixed gear bikes…

Real shit
bigboybadboy:

discoursesofthewithered:


Col du Tourmalet (2,115 m / 6,939 ft) is the highest road in the central Pyrenees in the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in France. 
The western side, from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, is 19 km. long, climbing 1,404 m. at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10.2% near the summit. Starting from Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, the climb is 17.2 km., gaining 1,268 m., at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10%.

And they used to climb it on fixed gear bikes…

Real shit
bigboybadboy:

discoursesofthewithered:


Col du Tourmalet (2,115 m / 6,939 ft) is the highest road in the central Pyrenees in the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in France. 
The western side, from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, is 19 km. long, climbing 1,404 m. at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10.2% near the summit. Starting from Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, the climb is 17.2 km., gaining 1,268 m., at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10%.

And they used to climb it on fixed gear bikes…

Real shit
bigboybadboy:

discoursesofthewithered:


Col du Tourmalet (2,115 m / 6,939 ft) is the highest road in the central Pyrenees in the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in France. 
The western side, from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, is 19 km. long, climbing 1,404 m. at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10.2% near the summit. Starting from Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, the climb is 17.2 km., gaining 1,268 m., at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10%.

And they used to climb it on fixed gear bikes…

Real shit
bigboybadboy:

discoursesofthewithered:


Col du Tourmalet (2,115 m / 6,939 ft) is the highest road in the central Pyrenees in the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in France. 
The western side, from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, is 19 km. long, climbing 1,404 m. at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10.2% near the summit. Starting from Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, the climb is 17.2 km., gaining 1,268 m., at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10%.

And they used to climb it on fixed gear bikes…

Real shit
bigboybadboy:

discoursesofthewithered:


Col du Tourmalet (2,115 m / 6,939 ft) is the highest road in the central Pyrenees in the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in France. 
The western side, from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, is 19 km. long, climbing 1,404 m. at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10.2% near the summit. Starting from Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, the climb is 17.2 km., gaining 1,268 m., at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10%.

And they used to climb it on fixed gear bikes…

Real shit
bigboybadboy:

discoursesofthewithered:


Col du Tourmalet (2,115 m / 6,939 ft) is the highest road in the central Pyrenees in the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in France. 
The western side, from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, is 19 km. long, climbing 1,404 m. at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10.2% near the summit. Starting from Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, the climb is 17.2 km., gaining 1,268 m., at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10%.

And they used to climb it on fixed gear bikes…

Real shit
bigboybadboy:

discoursesofthewithered:


Col du Tourmalet (2,115 m / 6,939 ft) is the highest road in the central Pyrenees in the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in France. 
The western side, from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, is 19 km. long, climbing 1,404 m. at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10.2% near the summit. Starting from Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, the climb is 17.2 km., gaining 1,268 m., at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10%.

And they used to climb it on fixed gear bikes…

Real shit
bigboybadboy:

discoursesofthewithered:


Col du Tourmalet (2,115 m / 6,939 ft) is the highest road in the central Pyrenees in the department of Hautes-Pyrénées in France. 
The western side, from Luz-Saint-Sauveur, is 19 km. long, climbing 1,404 m. at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10.2% near the summit. Starting from Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, the climb is 17.2 km., gaining 1,268 m., at an average of 7.4% with a maximum of 10%.

And they used to climb it on fixed gear bikes…

Real shit
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treadlybikeshop:

All in the detail. #rogersbespoke
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fruitgod:

Glow x