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By Willie Weir When you travel with Rick, you get Rick-O-Ramas. This trip to the Olympic Peninsula was no exception.
By Jen Sotolongo Far-flung adventure has plenty of appeal, but there’s almost certainly an abundance of bike travel opportunity in your own backyard.
By Nick Legan and Ally Mabry Depending on where you live, the shoulder season could roll on for a while, or the snow could start to fly any day. This selection is as mixed up as the late-October weather.
By Ellee Thalheimer A Portland chef's fusion of food and cycling. Plus recipes!
By Alex Strickland A cyclone canceled one tour, forest fires another. Is three days enough time to plan a third try?
By Dan Meyer Has soft-sided luggage supplanted the single-wheel trailer? Burley doesn’t think so. Our “I’m not a trailer guy” reviewer investigates.
By Dan Meyer Gravel bikes look like great touring options except for one crucial deal-breaker: they’re geared way too high. We look at options to add some low end to otherwise potentially perfect bikes.
By Nathan Ward Salida, Colorado’s Oveja Negra bikepacking bags come with a serving of grit and ghosts.
By Alex Strickland Trek revamps the venerable 520 with discs and brifters, but does the longest-running bike in the brand’s history carry on its old-school tradition?
By Nick Legan A different kind of bikepacking adventure
By Nick Legan and Alex Strickland A pair of reflector solutions, possibly the only straight-steerer carbon touring fork, bags small and large, and more.
By Adventure Cyclist Staff A glimpse behind the curtain at what our testers think makes the best bike.
By Alex Strickland A full-size folder could provide the best of both worlds, or it could be a reverse-Goldilocks where nothing is just right.
By Nick Legan A suspension seatpost, radical saddle, and balm? This edition has a cure for what ails ya', plus a GPS recommendation and the lightest loft.
By David V. Herlihy Before he served in WWII and lived a quiet life in a small town, unassuming Canadian Douglas Carr had the adventure of a lifetime in 1938— riding from Cairo to Cape Town.