Todd Ingermanson. The one man dance party.
Can we agree on something here? I don’t really want to write about myself all that much. I bet you’re not really all that interested. Yea? Ok, sweet. Let’s not make it more complicated than it needs to be.
I like to ride bikes.
I like the Rock and Roll music.
I like well-lit shops and machine tools.
I'm a loner, Dottie. A rebel.
Somehow, the gods have smiled and granted me a career that I’m excited about every day. It’s a job that I take heart-attack seriously, even though I don’t take myself quite so seriously.
We could continue, but we’re both getting bored. I can tell.
The bikes have a way of speaking for both themselves and for me. I could try and sell you on a cult of personality, but that’s not what is going to be hanging out in your garage. What does matter is trust. You need to have confidence in your bike, and by extension, confidence in me. Over the years I’ve produced a volume of work that allows you to build trust. Short of that, is there anything that I can really say over the internet that doesn’t boil down to a sales pitch?
Talk is cheap. Bikes aren't.