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Bike Touring Update (9/9 - 9/19)

A lot has happened in the past 10 days! I’m writing this post to give you a little background on what has been happening in my life recently. 1,091 more words

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Dirtbag cooler

I arrived in Booneville KY today at 11:30AM after cycling a fairly easy 20 miles from Buckhorn. My legs have been telling me to ease up a little bit, and I’m listening. 362 more words

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FAQ/Statements and Thoughts

It’s been two weeks since Dad and I finished the Transamerica trail. I do not feel any different than before we started except for the new leg muscles. 1,798 more words

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Book review-The Hungry Cyclist Tom Kevill-Davies

A Transamerica journey with a twist, the author decided to cycle from New York to Rio De Janerio in search of the perfect meal.

A quest undertaken on his own and through some dangerous countries in common with books of this genre he describes notable encounters and events on his joiurney. 72 more words

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Bike Tour: Trans-America, Underground Railroad, Southern Tier

These are the routes that I plan to take to California on my first ever cross-country bike tour (almost coast-to-coast, except I’m not going to go out of my way to get to the east coast). 216 more words

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Sisters to Astoria, Oregon: The Final Leg

Day 84- August 23

From Sisters we planned a short day of about 45 miles due to the last big climb, but the day so turned into 60ish miles to get to Nimrod. 4,301 more words

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Baker City to Sisters, Oregon

Day 77- August 16 cont.

The nice lady took me to town. I slowly came back with the air conditioning and sipping water. She owns a restaurant in Halfway and her landlady for her house is Inga Thompson, three time Olympic road bicyclist. 3,026 more words

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