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By Willie Weir What do you do when your child finds joy in adventure? If you're Joel and Katya Gerwein you help with the logistics, empower your son, and watch an incredible life unfold.
By Zeke Gerwein The first day of a cross-country tour gets off to a rough start before a stranger's kindness swoops in to save the day.
By Josh Tack, Mike Deme, and Alex Strickland Whether you're stuffing stockings or doing a little shopping for yourself this holiday season, here are some of the finest tools and toys for the bicycle traveler.
Photos by Gregg Bleakney Along with plenty of incredible scenery, Albania's citizens were willing to step in front of adventurer Gregg Bleakney's lens. The result is a beautiful collection of portraits of everyday Albanians.
By Merrill Callaway Riding Big Bend National Park's remote River Road requires careful preparation and plenty of water, but the the payoff is a desert wander that's hard to beat.
By Alex Strickland More gear for the discerning cyclist as seen in the cavernous halls of the Outdoor Retailer tradeshow in Salt Lake City.
By Alex Strickland The halls of the Outdoor Retailer tradeshow are a gear lover's paradise. Here are a few of the things we've seen for the bicycle traveler.
By Mike Deme and Alex Strickland Panniers looking tired after a long summer of adventure? Check out our pannier roundup and get your replacements picked out.
BIke racks, shoes, bags, apparel, security, and more in this peak-season roundup of the latest gear to make 2015 your best cycling season yet.
By Michael J. Lyon Three generations of cyclists find a well-planned tour can create lasting memories for everyone involved as they pedal along the rivers of Central Europe.
From sleeping pads to cycling shorts, a look at some of the latest bike travel gear is here.
Air travel isn't always pleasant, but hopefully this information about airlines' bicycle baggage policies ease a little bit of the pain caused by the cutback on free peanuts.
Spring has sprung and there's no shortage of new gear for cyclists to put into use as cycling season gets rolling.
By Michael Collier A 500-mile ride down the Pacific Coast with a group of wounded veterans is moving in more ways than one.
With more than 450 images to choose from, there was no shortage of inspiration in Adventure Cycling's sixth annual photo contest. Our Top Ten were featured in the March issue of Adventure Cyclist, but here's an expanded selection of our favorites.