By Patrick Walsh “My legs are tired.” “My legs are shot.” “Welcome to bicycle touring.” Such went our banter as we rode upward over the Sierras toward Carson Pass, the 8,574 ft apex of our first multi-day tandem tour. Riding over the mountains was both our most challenging and favorite day because of the snowy […]
By Robert Logran Two years ago I made a drastic change in my employment and moved myself and my family to Vietnam. Of course there were a lot of changes but one of the biggest ones for me was the loss of a cycling community. Here I had months of beautiful warm weather with only […]
By Kristin Portolese-Petersen A few years ago I picked up a copy of Behind The Stare by Geoff Proctor. Being a sports fan, with little cyclocross knowledge outside of the Utah Cyclocross Series (UTCX), I was fascinated with the Euro-Cross scene depicted in this book. When I finished the book I put a Belgian cross […]
On a recent trip to Belgium, I was captivated by the enormity of the cycling culture. Every day, in any type of weather, cyclists can be seen riding around town.
Bicycling is very popular in South Korea. The Four Rivers Trail goes between the two biggest cities: Seoul in the north and the industrial port city of Busan in the south.