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  • New 2016 Accessories

    New 2016 Accessories

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  • Lael Wilcox – The Queen of the Tour Divide – Bikepackers Magazine

    Lael Wilcox – The Queen of the Tour Divide – Bikepackers Magazine

    Not only did Lael Wilcox participate in the Tour Divide, she won it and set a new women’s record after riding over 2,000 miles from Anchorage Alaska to the Grand Depart in Banff. Pretty good. I fell on the last day of the TD, getting [...]

  • 7 Tips for Fatbiking the Oregon Coast

    7 Tips for Fatbiking the Oregon Coast

    A few weeks ago, we joined a recon team coordinated by Travel Oregon, for four days, to look at the feasibility of fatbiking the Oregon Coast. Bike tour operators like CogWild, Limberlost, The Bicycle Concierge and Pedal Bike Tours were on the trip to see [...]

Bikepacking

7 Tips for Fatbiking the Oregon Coast

A few weeks ago, we joined a recon team coordinated by Travel Oregon, for four days, to look at the feasibility of fatbiking […]

Bikepacking Hacks

Bikepacking Hacks - Tent Poles

A list of bikepacking hacks, shortcuts and DIY tricks to help you get out there with […]

Oregon Outback: Grin & Grit

Oregon Outback

Glenn Charles had just broken his thumb bikepacking the Coconino. Conversely, Erik Mathy had a previous leg […]

Bike Touring

Installing Berthoud Fenders on the Surly Disc Trucker

A bicycle with disc brakes can present some challenges when it comes to attaching fenders and, sometimes, racks. Especially tricky is the front […]

Summer 2015 Bicycle Quarterly

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The Summer 2015 Bicycle Quarterly is at the printer and will be mailed next week. This summer’s theme […]

Riding the Dream at Deep Creek – Bikepackers Magazine

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I am lucky, I have a job, a home, a loving partner and I own bicycles. I’m even […]

Mt. Biking

Grand Junction – Off-Road World-Class Trail System

Racers in this year's Grand Junction Off-Road were treated to the all-time singletrack that Grand Junction is increasingly becoming known for.

When the Grand […]

The Bigotry of Wilderness – Do bikes belong in wilderness areas?

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America needs wilderness. In an era of ‘clean coal,’ tar sands and fracking our environment can use all the […]

Advocacy

Red Lights and the Idaho Experiment

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Running Red Lights
Few things raise the ire of motorists (and some cyclists) more than cyclists running red lights. Yet anybody […]

Bikes and Beer and Building the U.S. Bicycle Route System

During the month of May we are celebrating the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) and successes in improving bicycle travel conditions nationwide. This […]

The Bigotry of Wilderness – Do bikes belong in wilderness areas?

Photo by mchendesign

America needs wilderness. In an era of ‘clean coal,’ tar sands and fracking our environment can use all the […]

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10 Most Important Innovations in Cycling

May 29th, 2015|0 Comments

  A while back, another magazine published a list of the “10 Most Important Innovations in Cycling”. The list included things like electronic shifting and Lycra, [...]