Cycle Touring

20 Jun 19
Cycle Touring Hindmarshs

Well today we woke after a great sleep in our warm accommodation. It was freezing for us and raining 13 degrees max 14 today . We had a free breakfast with our stay so had to try the Belgium waffle in USA do it yourself and was very tasty We decided to go with the […]

20 Jun 19
Pacific Coast Ride

Picked up my bike today from Free Range Cycles. They did an awesome job putting together my Specialized AWOL touring bike. They added a few new things, brake pads, new chain and some awesome adjustments. Rode a whopping 4 miles back to my hotel. Only the handle bar bag to carry and hills felt challenging! […]

19 Jun 19
levoyageavelo

Prior to setting off, our YouTube searches were any combination of “bike tour equipment” “bike packing gear” “cycle tour set up” etc. There were some really useful tips in that myriad of resources, and we thought it would be best to consolidate some of that advice we found here. Also, hopefully this is useful from […]

19 Jun 19
Aesthetic Magazine | Album Reviews, Concert Photography, Interviews, Contests

By: Lucy Sky – On the heels of her triumphant Matador Records debut Turn Out the Lights and the critically acclaimed EP as one-third of boygenius (not to mention recent team-ups with Matt Berninger, The National, and Jack Antonoff), Julien Baker has been on a creative hot streak as of late. Baker is an astoundingly powerful voice in […]

19 Jun 19
Pers Misc

It’s a rainy June afternoon in London, which is exactly the sort of thing everyone spent all of last summer warning me about. And yeah, it’d be a little bit more beautiful if there was blue sky on my day off instead of clouds and a more-than-light drizzle, but the atmosphere of a summer rainstorm […]

19 Jun 19
News Directory

The New York Music Festival (NYMF) and TILL Flying Elephant Produce presents Emmett and Mamie Till's exciting and exciting story with music and lyrics by Leo Schwartz and a book by Leo Schwartz and DC Cathro. NJ Agwuna directs a seller of six, including Taylor A. Blackman (Regional: Home Fun, Mamma Mia, Hello Dolly, Ragtime), […]

19 Jun 19
mikemcghee54

Mountains to the Gulf: One Week Later 6/19/19 Usually after an expedition, I write a wrap up post about my thoughts of the trip. I try and take a while to let my thoughts come together and the excitement of finishing a trip calm down. Also, I let some of the negative parts of the […]

19 Jun 19
CyclingEurope.org

Here I am in Cologne. Again. I think it’s the most British-like place I’ve ever visited in Germany. Nice, but a bit tatty around the edges. I was last here in 2015 as I cycled from Spain to Norway. You can read my thoughts at the time – as they subsequently appeared in the book […]

19 Jun 19
life on the road by bike and in a wheelchair

Why I don’t have e-assist on my bike and /or wheelchair… Many people have asked me why I don’t have e-assist on my wheelchair and /bike… And told me how much easier it would be if I did… Well there is a few reasons why I don’t have it… First on the wheelchair… With my […]

19 Jun 19
Cycle Touring Hindmarshs

Cliffside was a great camping ground the only thing missing for us was a kitchen , these are very few and far between in USA along with camps in some parts hence tonight we are living it up at La Quinta Glendale . We started out very positive as the sun came out and our […]

19 Jun 19
Pedals, Packs, and Pinots

Making a List, Checking it… A Million Times Creating a comprehensive and simultaneously competitively light packlist for an ultra-endurance bike race is hard. Really hard. Many bikepackers create a working list of their gear in order to Remember all the essentials. You don’t want to show up to a big race without your helmet. Think […]

18 Jun 19
Heracles

National Cycle Wide Frame Touring Heavy Duty (ea) for Metric Cruisers (55-3813) – Buy – National Cycle Wide Frame Touring Heavy Duty (ea) for Metric Cruisers (55-3813)

18 Jun 19
European Meg

Krakow – Niepolomice 35kmish Usually breakfast on this trip isn’t very exciting. Today was a surprise gem. Who knew a 3year old could make a meal such a drama. I could liken it to the four seasons you sometimes get of a bike ride. It was all of the emotions with all of the theatrics […]

18 Jun 19
Welcome

Los Angeles rock outfit Froth kick off their new record with six seconds of screeching noise. After a drum count, guitars kick in, quickly followed by one of the most satisfying, fuzzed-out grooves of the year. Then, Joo Joo Ashworth’s vocal appears: “Listened to a thousand times I just hear Laurel.” He’s talking about the […]

18 Jun 19
Toronto Sun

Brent Butt first did stand-up when he was just 17 years old. Now, 35 years later, the Corner Gas co-creator and star is finally going to film his first ever full-length stand-up special on Friday, June 21, at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall. “I know it’s kind of strange isn’t?” said the Tisdale, Sask., born Butt, […]