Before we left, we were repeatedly discouraged by others and by the media. Everyone said these were not safe countries for women to travel in, that a trip like this would be too physically demanding for women, one person even said we would come home in pine boxes. Despite these messages, we overcame our fears and…
The word “epic” gets thrown around way too much these days in the adventure realm – and rarely is it used accurately. But there are quite a few truly epic one-day mountain bike rides in this country for which the word is spot on, and the White Rim Trail (WRT) in Moab Utah is a…
When my headlamp flickered one last time and everything went inky black, I wouldn’t say I panicked, but I was definitely not stoked. I stood in the darkness and looked up, the edges of the canyon walls made visible only by an outline of twinkling stars. With no moon, it was damn dark. I plucked…
Discovering Africa’s treasures one pedal stroke at a time.
Crossing the Country One Bike Trail at a Time
Traversing the expansive wild places of Mongolia.
In the Wake of the Quake: Nepal is Open for Business
Salsa Cycles dispatches a small crew to tour the tall towers of Montana.
I took Salsa Cycles’ newest touring platform to the high peaks of Southern Colorado for a proper shakedown.
Six days, 215 miles in the desert Southwest.
Blending a love of mountain bikes and motorcycles for a five day romp.
From empty voids to steaming volcanoes.
Monica Yeoman of Songbike gives us a rare glimpse of life on the road in Bolivia.
Iceland is currently the hottest destination in bikepacking. This is your one-stop resource for getting your own Icelandic bikepack trip planned.
For a first ever multi-day bikepacking trip, it could have gone smoother, but not any better.
You don’t have to be a surfer to be deeply moved by these incredible advances in videography.
It was 140 years ago when one man set out to ride a bicycle around the world in what would be only the first of many adventures.
Logan and Virginia pedal through the Kingdom of the Sky, welcomed by the people of Lesotho.
With a three-speed Raleigh bicycle, a camera, and a minimal amount of gear, Horace set off to cross one of the most barren and undeveloped landscapes in the world.
Moreover the bicycle is human for the people in the places you visit. When you stop to have a chat about directions, or sit at a roadside stall for a snack, people can relate to the stories you tell