Monthly Archives: December 2009

Cycling Goals for 2010

‘Tis the time of year to set some goals before turning the page into the new year. After a couple of years without a tour, I’ve got three biggies related to bicycle travel this year. 1. Finally get that new … Continue reading

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Stories Make Bicycle Adventures Sing

I recently read a story of two sisters that biked down the Atlantic Coast from Maine to Florida and then wrote a journal article which was featured in the Chicago Daily Herald. The encounters they had while on road are … Continue reading

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Top Five Adventure Cycling Blog Posts for 2009

Looking at the top content from our first six months of blogging, I have to say I wasn’t really surprised by the major trend in our top 5 most popular posts, which were: 5. Josh on the Brooks B17 Saddle; … Continue reading

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Cycling Treats for 2010

Can you believe it’s almost a new year — and decade? After a tumultuous 2009, I am looking forward to a great 2010, full of new routes, projects, and events at Adventure Cycling. You can find out more about what’s … Continue reading

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10 Possible New Year’s Resolutions for Cyclists

Can you believe we will turn the calendars over to 2010 next weekend? Before we do, I thought I’d continue here with the holiday theme I started last week by wracking my brain to come up with 10 possible New … Continue reading

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Burley Nomad Bike Trailer

All my life I have toured with panniers, and this marks the first time I´ve made my transition to a trailer. It´s not that I have anything against panniers, or want to jump in on the debate as to which … Continue reading

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Best Christmas on the Road?

I love being home for the holidays … but I also have fond memories of Christmas on the road. There is something magical about celebrating a familiar holiday in a foreign land. In New Zealand I was taken in by … Continue reading

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