Monthly Archives: November 2010

What This Cartographer is Thankful For

This being a day of thanks, I thought I’d share the three things I am most thankful for as a cartographer here at Adventure Cycling. 1. My Co-Workers: We have a great staff here at Adventure Cycling and specifically, I … Continue reading

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Bicycling "The Mother Road"

Did you hear the news? On Monday we announced that Bicycle Route 66 will be our next long-distance cycling route. Yup, the next undertaking for our routes and mapping team is to add Route 66 (“The Mother Road”) to our … Continue reading

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Fast Food on the Trail

I’m just going to admit up front that I think hot camp food is overrated. It’s messy, time-intensive, and often less appetizing than most people are willing to admit (Freeze-dried entrees are not tasty. They’re just not.) Yes, if you … Continue reading

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Drinking & Driving

I’m the kind of person who gets really, really thirsty. I know some of you are like camels, but I’m not like that at all. When I go on long runs, I have to carry some sort of water bottle, … Continue reading

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Spotlight: Charles Pengilly

Adventure Cycling Association recently honored Charles Pengilly with its distinguished Volunteer of the Year Award. Chuck was recognized for his tireless dedication and outstanding work in organizing and cataloging the Adventure Cycling library, a wonderful and varied assortment of bicycle … Continue reading

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At the Crossroads

Every now and then — but not often enough — I get together to do some riding with my friend Chuck Haney, an outdoor photographer from Whitefish, Montana, whose work often graces the pages of Adventure Cyclist magazine. One of … Continue reading

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Fun with Winter Riding

Just because the mercury is dropping doesn’t mean it’s time for your bike to start collecting dust. Riding through the cold winter season can be a good way to keep in touch with your riding buddies, stay in biking shape … Continue reading

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