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By Nick Legan Adventure Cyclist's technical editor heads to Tahoe for QBP's annual dealer event to see what's next from the bike industry giant.
By Tyler Metcalfe After completing the TransAm Trail last summer, this former National Geographic photo producer heads south from Seattle to see the country top to bottom.
By Hilary Oliver In search of all things huckleberry in the shadow of the mighty Tetons.
By Colleen Friesen Riding Quebec’s P’tit du Nord.
By Cassie Nelson, Dan Meyer, and Alex Strickland Sometimes you've got to load up your bike — on a car. We look at the latest from Küat, plus shoes and a simple by slick light mount.
By Patrick O'Grady Our intrepid road tester hops aboard the new wallet-friendly model from Oregon-based Co-Motion, the Deschutes.
By Nick Legan This titanium shapeshifter is at home on a light tour or running near the front of a local cyclocross race.
By Nick Legan and Alex Strickland Beat the heat with lightweight shelter, a touring-worthy cooler, the comfiest camp shoes ever, and a smooth ride.
By Willie Weir I have an important question to pose to you. Your answers are guaranteed to be 100 percent correct, and those answers just might change your life. What are the Seven WANDERS of YOUR World?
Late Adventure Cyclist editor Mike Deme wrote hundreds of stories, columns, and reviews for the magazine — and was the subject of more. Here are a few of our favorites.
By David V. Herlihy The controversial 28th President enjoyed a love affair with bicycle touring, especially in the English Lake District.
By Ann N. Yungmeyer Pedals hadn’t quite arrived on scene 200 years ago, but depending on who you ask, German inventor Karl von Drais’s "running machine" was the first bicycle.
By Nick Legan, Dan Meyer, and Alex Strickland Apparel, shades, a saddle and more in this early summer guide to gear.
By Nick Legan Living with an eBike for a few days gives our Tech Editor a glimpse at their battery-powered potential.
story by Alan Kesselheim with photos by Thomas Lee. A simple kindness; people in need and someone else responding. Not a big deal in the cosmic context, but pretty huge if you have the broken pedal. It's the kind of thing that happens in places like Twin Bridges. And it's been happening a lot more since the Twin Bridges Bike Camp went up in the local park in the spring of 2009.