Publications Archive

Our publications archive includes: feature articles, technical how-tos, and columns from past issues of Adventure Cyclist magazine, and our twice-monthly e-newsletter, Bike Bits. This archive also features free clip-art. Search the archives by Category, Author, and Year, or search by Keyword.




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1991. Before the Biking Begins by Michael J. Stacy Blackwell

Features | Jul 1995

How to make the fossil-fueled part of your TransAm bike trip.

1992. The Road to Ouagadougou by Philip Johansson

Features | Jul 1995

Naturlist outdoor writer Philip Johansson describes a cycling journey in West Africa.

1993. Kokopelli The Prankster by Bob Woodward

Features | Jun 1995

Bob Woodward names Kokopelli's Trail, from Colorado to Utah, as one of cycling's best off-road adventures.

1994. Confessions of A Map User by Steve Swithin

Features | Jun 1995

In this essay, author Steve Swithin details his love-hate relationship with maps.

1995. The Bike Business looks at Touring ... by John Schubert

Geared Up/Gear Guides | Jun 1995

Technical Editor John Schubert notes that, while lots of cycling manufacturers know that bicycle touring exists, it may still not make any difference in the products we're offered.

1996. Clothes For The Eternal Optimist by Mike Deme

Geared Up/Gear Guides | May 1995

Author Mike Deme notes that, although he knows it isn't going to rain during your tour, it might be wise to look at foul weather gear anyway. Includes a list of rainwear manufacturers.

1997. How To Stop A Bicycle by John Schubert

Mechanical Advantage | May 1995

Technical editor John Schubert claims that what a brake manufacturer doesn't know about brakes might hurt you as he looks at the physics of stopping a bike.

1998. Small Towns, Small Blessings by David Lamb

Features | May 1995

In this short essay, journalist and TransAmerica cyclist David Lamb notes that "from Soddy-Daisy to Bean Station, Main Street is changing."

1999. Farmer Martin of Blockley by Emily Kimball

Features | Apr 1995

Cyclist Emily Kimball takes us on a wet and windy tour of the Cotswold Hills of southwest England. There's no room at the inn, but a B&B saves the day. Includes a Nuts and Bolts planning section.

2000. Four For The Road by David Havlick

Geared Up/Gear Guides | Mar 1995

Author David Havlick discusses why it's a good idea to choose the four-pannier packing method, for both ease of packing the load, and balance on the bicycle.