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Look at that turkey

It’s not what it looks like — Your Humble Narrator ripping up the roads en route to someplace sunny, his panniers full of camping gear, bike parts and journalistical accoutrements. 195 more words


A Taste of Korean Hospitality

By Whit Altizer

Biking through the Korean countryside always makes me fall more fiercely in love with this country. The masses of people, the identical apartment blocks, and the breakneck pace of the city often feels inescapable. 331 more words

Expat Life

Explore Korea by bike... with KIDS!

By Lindsay Nash

Thanksgiving usually means sitting around a table and stuffing yourself with turkey and all the fixings. In Korea, on their Thanksgiving known as… 671 more words

Cycling In Korea

I Can't Read Maps: Pillars and Gates and Bicycling

There are so many wonderful things about travel.  One of those is getting to notice things!  Noticing things that you might otherwise take for granted.  Here in France, as I cycle around the Loire Valley Velo Route I spend my whole day noticing.  821 more words


Travel: Awkward or Vulnerable?

“Bon Appetite” said the distinguished gentleman as he elegantly handed me my baguette sandwich. In an untimely course of events, my bicycle had fallen over with my tote bag in the front basket. 446 more words


I've Ridden Over an Alpine Pass - Now what? Indecision in Austria (Day 30 - 23 June)

My first morning in Austria hasn’t begun well. It’s rained overnight and I wake to find a fairly significant puddle between the floor of my tent and the footprint (groundcloth) and some water has gotten into the tent as well. 633 more words

Solo Travel

Through a windshield, darkly

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (MDM) — It seems as though I always see at least one tourist while motoring to and from Interbike.

This poor sod was fighting a wicked head wind that took my miles per gallon down from Subaru Forester to GMC Yukon range. 242 more words

Road Trips