Fork Job

Fork Job

By Katy Andrews “Hi Kates, it’s Dad. I found a great deal on a RockShox.…

Big Rides

Big Rides

By Lukas Brinkerhoff I take a quick look down at the Garmin attached to my…

I’m 27. I promise.

I’m 27. I promise.

It’s sometime after 8 pm on a Saturday night. There are four of us slowly and almost begrudgingly getting the bikes ready.…

Hope, Faith, and the Tour de France

Hundreds of thousands, maybe even a few million, of us are bicycle racing fans. And each July we love to follow the nearly month long excitement that is the Tour de France. Yet our trust has been breached, and it will not be easily extended again.…

The Vagabound Life

The Vagabound Life

The hardest manmade boundaries to cross are the internal ones. The ones that we set for ourselves. How hard can you pedal? How long are you willing to suffer to see what is beyond the next corner or across the next road?…

Retirement and Cycling

Retirement and Cycling

For a number of years I have been making a bucket list of bike tours and some backpacking trips for the time after my retirement. Juggling when I retire for financial security for my family, yet being young and healthy enough for my planned excursions that will last upwards of 6 months has not been easy.…

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