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New York State: Fall Colors and Back to the Mountains!

A quick side note before I regale you with photos from the Adirondacks and the beautiful state of New York: WE MADE IT TO THE FINISH LINE! 1,254 more words

New Mexico - Staying in a Navajo Indian Chapter House - Silver City the End of the Ride

Our delight at finally crossing the state line into New Mexico was short livedas our gravel track turned to rough stone and boulders, it got a lot steeper and our map directions said “push up unrideable section”. 1,209 more words


Colorado gets Steep - Fed by Mennonites - Meet the Hoodoos

We left Breckenridge to head up the Boreas Pass, which was a gentle climb up to 11,482 feet through aspen forests.

With great views from the top… 708 more words


A Love Letter to Minnesota and Wisconsin

Minnesota and Wisconsin were in such stark contrast to eastern Montana and western North Dakota!! So green! So populated! Lake country! It was a relief to go through more than one town a day, and ride along their beautiful, treed bike paths. 544 more words

Colorado, USA - Resplendent in the Fall - Simply Stunning - and Cycling Up Some Very Steep Hills

We are currently in Breckenridge, Colorado,  and are about to embark on the highest part of our Great Divide route, which will involve cycling over passes of around 12,000 feet. 685 more words


Profile Response: Adventure Cycling Association, Missoula, MT

“You’ve heard about the storm we had here the other day.” Julie Huck, Membership Director of Adventure Cycling Association was referring to the freak thunderstorm that knocked power out of most of Missoula two days ago; a prominent topic of local conversation. 900 more words