I could probably just quote Ryan and be done with this review, but that wouldn’t give you all the details, the nuances and things I love about this bike. It does however, cut to the chase and tells you how … Keep Reading
When the first drops of rain and the crash of the thunder was finally audible from the butte above, we knew it was time to go. With strong gusty winds the pace of packing up camp was hurried. Lyla, served … Keep Reading
Bike riding is encouraged. It’s a great way to stay physically and mentally healthy in these uncertain times. And can be safely practiced using the CDC’s guidelines for social distancing.
A few things to remember:
- Keep your distance. Minimum of
The sun slowly rises over the sandstone cliffs that surround our Tepui tent. The windows are open. The air is cool, but it feels like a perfect day to be camping in the desert.
We are at the transition. The … Keep Reading
“It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor … Keep Reading
Another in the “Life at 10 Miles An Hour” series by Craig and Di Shanklin
If you ride with other local cyclists, you’re bound to hear at least one of these four complaints during most rides… sometimes all four in … Keep Reading
The pre-dawn meeting at a Maverik station off of River Road is just an eye-opener for the next couple hours of rowdy antics on wide-open dirt roads radiating out of St. George. As the group leaves, it will become clear who … Keep Reading