Mechanicals are a fact of life. Cycle long enough and you'll experience plenty of bike malfunctions yourself. Here's how to address the most common basic malfunctions and get riding again. 
Feb 6, 2024
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About a third of the world’s population still cooks on fire, and our writer is one of them, now having cycled over 5,000 miles cooking with a twig stove. Here's how she makes it work, and her advice if you'd like to get started. 
Jan 22, 2024
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In 2018, Daniel Troia rode across the country (and most of the way back) without bringing any of his own food or money. He relied on donations from people along the way, and set out to prove that people are inherently good. His ...
Jan 9, 2024
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A cyclist not easily intimidated by challenging riding meets a formidable match in a blizzard-condition ascent of Loveland Pass
Dec 11, 2023
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A 10-day group ride from Manhattan to Montreal helped one cyclist appreciate the rhythms of cycling, the camaraderie of other cyclists, and the awe of things we often overlook. Oh, and kazoos. There were plenty of kazoos.
Dec 4, 2023
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With very little cycling experience, Julian tackled the Southern Tier route across the country ... and found a deep appreciation for a humble slice of pie.
Sep 12, 2023
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A cross-training interview with athlete Laura McNulty
Aug 14, 2023
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Lessons learned from “cool season” camping. 
Apr 10, 2023
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All but fair-weather cyclists.
Jan 30, 2023
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Winter is here! We have some quick tips for bike commuting in the snow and ice. We're in Montana. We know how!
Dec 9, 2022
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