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When life gives you a Lemmon...

I will let you in on a little secret that I have learned in the past year of living on a bicycle and touring all over the United States: You have more freedom than camping with a vehicle. 1,092 more words


The Transatlantic Way and my obsession with all things ultra.

Having followed the Transcontinental bike race for a few years, and watching/ reading/ hearing about the recent upsurge in ultra distance / bikepacking races, my urge to race has been growing as much as a Hardknott Pass. 606 more words


Freewheeling Friday

My peeps at the Adventure Cycling Association get a little love in this High Country News piece about bicycle tourism and how it’s come to benefit a couple of tiny Montana towns. 53 more words

Adventure Cyclist

First Time Audaxer, long time pedaler.

So after being hit by a car in May 2016, I have been on a love/hate recovery road back to riding most days, with the possibility of competing again in a fashion. 807 more words



I hate to do this to anyone who’s already “enjoying” more seasonal weather, but it’s either this or politics.

Yes, that is me, riding a Marin Nicasio locked and loaded with racks and sacks. 97 more words

Bike Stuff

The sagging bird's thoughts about togetherness

O sagging bird
Who flies high
and from above
every thing can see.
Your bird’s eye panoramic view
Allows you to see
The old as new… 295 more words

Bicycle Touring

Cycling Spain's North Coast - Day 8

Arrival in Santiago

As a cyclist, I’ve been focusing on the riding, the countryside, the people, the culture…and trying not to focus on the pain. An additional aspect that is unique to this trip that we’re all allowed to adopt is that of being a pilgrim. 1,171 more words

Bicycle Travel