Posts Written By
Laura Killingbeck

At twenty-one, with no prior cycling experience, Laura packed up her camping gear and biked solo around Iceland. Since then she's biked across Colombia and Ecuador, around Costa Rica, and across eastern and western Canada and the US. She loves campfires, open roads, and the feeling of disappearing into the wind. Laura's stories have appeared in Bicycling Magazine, Outdoor Research, Communities Magazine, Permaculture Design Magazine, the Tico Times, and more. She is a frequent contributor to Adventure Cyclist Online and the newsletter Dynamo Jenny.

When she's not biking or hiking, Laura lives in a tiny house in Massachusetts with a small family of sock puppets. You can connect with her on her website or Instagram at @laurakillingbeck.

When life gives you lemons, just bike away with your friends.
Aug 5, 2022
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“If you feel like you’re going to have a meltdown, just have a snack.”
Jul 11, 2022
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An answer to the question I can never avoid. 
Jun 7, 2022
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The magic of moving in nature is the magic of being and remembering.
May 9, 2022
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A curated list of extraordinary stories to ignite your imagination and set you in motion
Apr 11, 2022
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We are all whole human beings. We get to tell our own stories about what that means.
Mar 6, 2022
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Choosing bike parts that last a life cycle
Feb 7, 2022
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With normal life canceled and a long winter ahead, Laura found a way to pedal all the way to spring.
Jan 11, 2022
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The slow motion of cycling helped me shift my perspective from one of compounding disasters to compounding solutions.
Dec 7, 2021
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How to dry apples and other fruits to snack on when you pedal.
Nov 9, 2021
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