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1. Together by Jim Sayer

Letter from the Director | Aug 2019

Inspiring new adventurers through Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day

2. Stick to Sports by Alex Strickland

Letter from the Editor | Aug 2019

What makes a cycling story? Two issues ago, we published a story about a group called WTF Bikexplorers — WTF stands for Women/Trans/Femme, and they offer rides, education, and community.

3. Waypoints by Dan Meyer

Waypoints | Aug 2019

Legendary Framebuilder Bruce Gordon Dead at 71; Bike Travel Weekend; Son of Well-Known Host Killed on Pan-American Highway in Perú

4. Dîner is Served by Molly Brewer Hoeg

The Final Mile | Aug 2019

The tale of a two-month cycling tour through the Canadian Maritime provinces

5. Straggle by Diana Johnson

The Final Mile | Aug 2019

Just when it seems like the relentless road will never get easier...

6. Hot Battered Bum Bones by Harry Lyons

The Final Mile | Aug 2019

"I suffer terribly on the bikes at all the points that touch it, but I suffer most where the fundament hits the saddle. [...] My problem has driven me in search of the perfect saddle."

7. Ah, Kansas! by Randy Wiest

The Final Mile | Aug 2019

Wind, snow, hail, heat, lightning... all in Kansas.

8. Headwind, Hate that Unites Us by Amos Khen

The Final Mile | Aug 2019

"When you’re cycling with a tailwind, the trees and grass are in perfect harmony with you, gracefully dancing and welcoming your arrival. In a headwind, they’re flailing around with sinister intent, cackling with maniacal laughter."

9. Ride for Mental Health by Yoshie Fujimoto Kateada

Features | Aug 2019

If there was a way I could have cycled across the country and not told a single person, I think I would have been all for it. Telling people things means there are questions you have to answer, decisions you have to explain, and, perhaps my biggest fear, expectations you can disappoint.

10. All-City Gorilla Monsoon Project Bike by Dan Meyer

Road Test | Aug 2019

I could have tested a complete All-City Cycles Gorilla Monsoon for this review, but no. In my gleeful stupidity, I thought it would be fun to test it with a very different spec — I had a vision of the Gorilla Monsoon as a modern all-road touring bike. So I very nicely asked All-City for a frameset, and then I sent out many, many more emails to various manufacturers asking for parts to bolt onto it.

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