By Willie Weir Don’t plan yourself out of an adventure.
The Fall Classic is just a round the corner and we’re reminded of the folks who have headed out to enjoy America’s pastime by bike. Back in 2006, Charles Hamilton recounted his journey visit all 30 Major League ballparks.
The legendary Ian Hibell (who, among other things, became the first person to ride the length of the Western Hemisphere as he rode south to north while our intrepid cofounders were riding north to south on Hemistour in the early ’70s!) recounts his adventures by bike around the globe in this 2005 feature.
By Grant Petersen Bicycle camping for the time challeneged
By John Schubert With the recent news that Bruce Gordon Cycles is up for sale, we look back to a 2002 review of the legend’s BLT-X model.
By Cass Gilbert Rain and gloom got you down? Join Cass Gilbert on a 100-mile loop of Utah’s famous White Rim Trail from the August/September 2013 issue.
Maintaining a chain is a timeless task for cyclists of all stripes. The legendary Sheldon Brown tackles the topic in the Mechanical Advantage classic from 2002.
By Drew Walker A taste of hellbiking in the Alaskan bush from the January/February 2001 issue of Adventure Cyclist.
One of Greg Siple’s trademarks is the ever-present rearview mirror perched on his eyeglasses. Back in 2011, he visited the late Chuck Harris, the maker of his — and so many other — rearview mirrors, at his Ohio home to report on the Mirror Man.
Sit back, relax, and take a load off on the Couchbike (June 2007), Brent Curry’s tale of tackling the roads of Canada on a leather loveseat.