What is this about?

In 2012 I did my first multi-day tour on a bicycle, from San Francisco to Los Angeles, over the span…

The Final Stretch

I had never been quite so happy to see a state border sign as when I crossed from hilly eastern…

Kentucky, the most underestimated state

Having survived the Rockies and making it over passes between 9,000 and 11,500 feet, it seemed ridiculous to assume that…

Illinois, Indiana and the problem with repetition

Leaving the TransAm Trail in Kansas and making it through St. Louis and into Illinois left me a bit unsure…

From Rails To Trails

From roughly the center of Kansas onward I started piecing together my own route and left the TransAmerica Trail for…

Colorado Express

I had been to Colorado a few times before this trip, so in a way I knew what to expect:…

Some Truths About Kansas

It is time to clarify some of the, mostly inconvenient, truths and myths around Kansas from a cyclists perspective. Before…

The Big Empty

When the first encounter with a US State you have never been to is cycling through two National Parks, the…

The ups and downs of cycling through a National Park

I had been looking forward to cycling through Yellowstone ever since I embarked on this adventure. Riding through one of…

Big Sky Country

What Idaho lacked in, well, a lot of things, Montana managed to make up for. It started with an escort…

From Blue To Red

I should have known that Idaho was up to no good because of the nonexistence of an appropriate state line…

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