Adventure Cyclist

Scenes from the Saddle

 
Watch Cycling the World on Vimeo on demand with 20% off using code “AdventureCyclingAssociation” at checkout until May 15. When McKenzie Barney was 29, she flew to Ho Chi Mihn, ...
Apr 15th, 2024
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Our Short Routes program is set for an East Coast expansion thanks to a recent partnership with the East Coast Greenway Alliance — a nonprofit working to develop a 3,000-mile, ...
Apr 8th, 2024
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When I first suggested the idea of merging skiing with bikepacking to Diego, his round blue eyes widened, and his eyebrows shot up in surprise. Looking back, I can understand ...
Mar 20th, 2024
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Despite their prevalence in society, bikes aren’t commonly featured in mass-consumed media. At least, not for stories set in the modern day, and not ridden by adults. So when a ...
Mar 20th, 2024
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An estimated about 21 million people traveled to another city to view the eclipse of 2017. Why compete with the crowds this year? Bike camping is the perfect way to ...
Mar 15th, 2024
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Like an isolated Galapagos, Fairbanks, Alaska, in the 1980s was a veritable hotbed of thriving mutants who evolved with a suite of novel outdoor skills built on the experience and ...
Mar 5th, 2024
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This article first appeared in the January/February 2024 issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine. It’s no secret that I’m a fan of Black Mountain Cycles: they’re simple and affordable steel bicycles designed by ...
Mar 5th, 2024
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This article first appeared in the November/December 2023 issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine. It was only Day One, and we’d already found ourselves in a grim state of affairs. Our ...
Feb 20th, 2024
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This article first appeared in the July/August 2023 issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine. The first time I heard about this country, I had to search for it on the map. ...
Oct 18th, 2023
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Drawn by the promise of sunshine, scenic gravel, and 65 degrees in November, Amelia and I hopped on a plane headed for Tucson, Arizona. We cross our fingers that our ...
Feb 15th, 2023
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