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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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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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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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A bikepacking trip may sound like an intimidating way of spending the holidays, and I get it! It might seem tough and unrealistic. Perhaps you believe you’re not fit enough for ...
Feb 7th, 2023
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Mist rising from the waterfall shimmers in the late afternoon sunbeams that cut through the forest. As I look up at the ravine wall we’ve descended to stand next to ...
Jan 23rd, 2023
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As the sun begins to rise over Prince Edward Island’s Hillsborough River, casting beams of light across the floor of our room in the Bishop’s Rest B&B, I take in ...
Dec 12th, 2022
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The first bike trip I ever did, a bike overnight, is one I bring up a lot. I believe in “Run What Ya Brung.” Back then I “brung” my 1970s ...
Dec 1st, 2022
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Crested Butte and Gunnison, Colorado, have long been known as hotspots for mountain bikers and singletrack. But this region is also home to another, lesser-known treasure: a huge web of ...
Nov 8th, 2022
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Most of my first experiences riding gravel were accidental. The routes that I thought were paved dissolved into dirt, and I just kept pedaling. When I cycled from Alaska to ...
Nov 8th, 2022
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This article first appeared in the August/September 2022 issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine.  The white van that had been slowly following us finally passed and then stopped, blocking our way forward. Two ...