Monthly Archives: April 2009

GeoPoints Bulletin: First Rider was in the house

Mid-month we received our First Rider of the season. Traditionally, the arrival of the First Rider has varied from early April to late May. So when he showed up on our doorstep on Wednesday, April 15 (otherwise known as Tax … Continue reading

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Regional Gathering in San Francisco!

I met up with a great crew in San Francisco last night, mostly members, but we had a few non-members and even one self-proclaimed interloper. Many of the members who attended have been members for 10 years or more! The … Continue reading

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Idaho, Where ‘Stop’ Means ‘Slow Down’

Since 1982, Idaho law has permitted cyclists to slowly roll past stop signs without coming to a complete stop, if conditions warrant. Officials say the accident record in Idaho, the only state to have such a law, reflects the fact … Continue reading

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We Have the Gear for Your Next Tour

You might be gearing up for your big summer tour or just looking for a piece of lightweight equipment to make your next S24O a little bit easier. You should check out the Adventure Cycling Cyclosource Store. Sales from our … Continue reading

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Finding Vicarious Thrills and Instant Inspiration

Not all of us can be on the road at the very moment we’d like to be. For the adventurer it’s important to scratch that itch so we look for ways to travel vicariously: ride a new route home, explore … Continue reading

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sixtyfourdays.com and BTBH, Part 4

This week, a very personal bicycle travel story involving cyclists and a group of young filmmakers, plus the last of Biking Through Black History. sixtyfourdays.com is a behind-the-scenes video series shot during the filming of the documentary film for thousands … Continue reading

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Rock ’n’ roll is Here to Chainstay

There seems to be a growing number of musical performers touring by bicycle these days, which is pretty cool. One of the first cycling troubadours I recall hearing about was Canadian Jeremy Fisher, who crossed the continent in 2002 on … Continue reading

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