A loyal reader and I have been trading emails over the last few days about the pitfalls of traveling with a bike. The nice thing…View More Traveling With a Bike Sucks, Part II: How To Ease The Pain
Just south of Lourdes is a gateway to the Pyrenees, Argeles-Gazost. This small town sits at the base of the Hautacam and offers easy access…View More Argeles-Gazost, France
“I cried,” said Federico. Federico was covered in dust, and he was telling us about the last climb of the day at the Nova Eroica. …View More Tears in Tuscany
Colorado is assumed to have incredible mountain biking, and it truly does. Fruita, Crested Butte, Eagle, Snowmass, Steamboat, and many other lesser-known areas offer untold…View More Road and Gravel Cycling Routes in the Mid-Roaring Fork Valley
In the spring, an old man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of Belgium. (Lord Tennyson omitted this line from his poem, but only because nothing…View More Cobbles, frites, and beer
It’s there, east of Barcelona. It beckons, a siren song of sunny days and empty roads. Websites praise it, pro cyclists live there, MAMILs visit…View More Girona.
I said “with”, not “by”. Traveling by (or for that matter, on) a bike is awesome, or at least can be, from time to time.…View More Traveling With a Bike Sucks
“Congratulations”, the email read. “You were the first name out of the hat, and you’ve won the trip. Do you want to accept?” I wiped…View More To Barcelona..and Beyond!
Arta, in the northeast corner of the island, is more off the beaten tourist path and offers great riding as well as a nice town…View More Mallorca Demystified, Part 4 (Arta and surroundings)
The IHBC is a true Colorado Classic, having started in 1972 when a couple of bored guys decided to race the Durango-Silverton narrow-gauge train. Since…View More Iron Horse Bicycle Classic