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Category: Touring

Where The Streets Have No Name

Beads of sweat are running down my forehead, down my face, forming drops on my nose and chin and eventually…

Rollercoaster Ride

“Are there any signs of civilization between here and Dayville?” I asked Lindy, one of the waitresses at the Sidewalk…

I lost my…breath in Oregon

I can’t quite say that I lost my heart to the State of Oregon just yet, but I might have…

The Turning Point

As anticlimactic the border crossing was, what Oregon impressed me most with was its coastal beauty, which, in part, I…

Border Crossing Number One

I started this post on Sunday evening in my tent at the Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, pretty much exactly…

The First 200 Miles

The first 200 miles (San Mateo, CA to Mendocino, CA) are behind me, however they took me longer than I…

Staying charged

Since I am bringing quite a few gadgets on this tour, I had to figure out a way of supplying…

Deux North: Hunt 4

Definitely more something for the pure road biking aficionados, but a lot of things being said in this video very much apply to bike touring as well.

Here is to new roads, gett...

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…

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Adventure Cycling Association Surly MSR Big Agnes Ortlieb Schwalbe REI Planet Bike Mountain Hardwear Garmin The North Face Columbia Sportswear Shimano Specialized Sea To Summit Brooks

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