Former Tech Editor John Schubert ponders the appeal of off-road touring way back in 1995. Oh how things have changed!
Willie Weir reflects on his freedom to roam, and why not all dreamers around the world are as lucky as our correspondent.
Taking a slow roll down the Great Divide with some seasoned cyclists is just fine by Bob Marr. Remember, if you don’t do it this year, you’ll be a year older when you do.
Part II of former Adventure Cyclist Deputy Editor Aaron Teasdale's Great Divide adventure.
Former Adventure Cyclist Deputy Editor Aaron Teasdale quit his job in 2011 to take his young family on the Great Divide. Their two-part adventure in the wild northern reaches of the route did not go as planned.
In a nod to the late, great editor of Adventure Cyclist Mike Deme, we look back at a trip to Steens Mountain in Southern Oregon he took with regular contributor Chuck Haney in 2007. As usual with those two, misadventure abounds.
Baja California is bikepacking’s hot spot at the moment thanks to the creation of the Baja Divide Route (and its ideal location for a winter cycling getaway). Back in 2004 Nathan Ward headed south of the border for a pre-fat bike adventure.
With the Winter Olympics on tap in just a few weeks we jump back to March 2010 to join Gregg Bleakney as he journeys through South Korea by bike.
Dan D'Ambrosio looks into the mysterious murder of a mountain bike pioneer.
Ever noticed how Adventure Cyclist spells derailer? That’s a nod to the great Sheldon Brown, who talks about maintaining yours in this Mechanical Advantage column from May 2001.