Rachael and Julia of Juliana Bicycles take us on a trip from Slovenia’s mountains all the way to the sea.
The Rails to Trail Conservancy (RTC) is a nonprofit that works to transform abandoned rail lines into multi-use paths around the country. Based in Washington, DC, where they can help shape policy, they manage an incredible 31,000 miles of trail across the United States. The RTC is currently planning development of the Great American Rail-Trail (GART), a trail... Continue Reading →
Modify Content's full films follows Nico Vink, Kurt Sorge, and Kyle Jameson on an epic ride up Momotombo, one of Nicaragua’s active volcanos. The film won an Emmy for Technical Achievement crediting the aerial filming of Matt Katsolis. The film looks great, the ride just looks insane.
Growing up and living in Colorado I've always been drawn to high elevation experiences. Climbing all of Colorado's fourteeners, riding my bike to the top of Mount Evans, and driving up twisting alpine passes are all experiences I wouldn't trade for the world. The higher you go, the thinner the air gets and the closer you... Continue Reading →
Everyone loves a good race or mass start event, but few think about the loads of effort that go into making them happen. Races like the Trans Cascadia require a lot of people and a ton of time to put together. In their latest video, Freehub looks at the hard work that goes into the... Continue Reading →
This looks like an awesome event and without a doubt, the Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder has the best event website I've ever seen. Press release: The Oregon Trail was a 2,000 mile adventure, the likes of which are hard to comprehend in modern times. Adventurers packed their worldly possessions into covered wagons, kissed their loved... Continue Reading →
LOGE Camps depart Seattle on a bicycle tour to Bend on what looks to be an ideal weekend excursion. I'd love to do something like this in Colorado, combing a trip on the California Zephyr with a day or two in the saddle and some time in a hot spring.
Here's an awesome 20-minute video on one of the most epic bicycle race on the planet: BikingMAN Oman. 22 different nationalities raced 1,000 km (620 miles) self-supported through Oman, crossing deserts, climbing the Al Hajar mountains to reach Muscat, the capital city of the Sultanate of Oman. Inspiring stuff.
The holidays are a stressful time. Getting the house ready, buying presents, making sure you see all the friends and family and traveling all add up. My wife's birthday lands right at the beginning of December, which can make it disappear into all the surrounding craziness. So when the Hotel Boulderado invited us up for... Continue Reading →
I've been coming up short on my promise to deliver ride reports from 2018, it's a new year and time to get back in the groove. Last time I covered my bucket list ride up the Sandia Crest outside of Albuquerque, now I have another report from New Mexico this time starting in Santa Fe.... Continue Reading →