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2014 Trail Angel Award: David and Patti Bruner, of Ryegate, Montana The June Curry Trail Angel Award honors an individual or group encountered during a bicycle tour who made the cyclotourist’s journey easier or possible by helping the cyclist through an act of goodwill.
If you are looking for an adventurous vacation that entails biking, boating or walking, Casey Greene may have already mapped your trip. A cartographer with Adventure Cycling in Missoula, Greene spends his day thinking up unique and fun getaways, and then creates a map of the adventure.
Every map tells a story. But cartographer Casey Greene reads between the topo lines, mapping routes for the Adventure Cycling Association that include remote rides like a 700-mile Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike route.