Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Hill

Two kids came riding up to me in the middle of Saskatchewan, waving and smiling. “Hey Mister. Did you come all the way up the hill?” I looked to behind me to the west and then ahead to the east. … Continue reading

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Forums for Planning Your Bike Tour…and a Lot More

Way back in April 2009 when I wrote my first GeoPoints Bulletin blog post, I mentioned our Forums as a good resource for route planning. At that time, the number of registered users was in the neighborhood of 3,700. Today … Continue reading

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Reflections on 2010 & Quick Look Ahead

The U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) has had a big year. With almost 30 states working at some level on implementing the National Corridor Plan (pdf) into on-the-ground routes, we can’t thank enough the people who are making this happen. … Continue reading

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An Exciting New Year

There’s a lot of excitement brewing in our Montana headquarters. We’ve enjoyed powdery snow, a wonderful 2010, and are getting lots of sign-ups for our 2011 tours season. We’re also looking forward to lots of great pro-bicycling program work in … Continue reading

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Best Of 2010

One of my favorite parts of December is reading the Best Of lists. While I don’t always agree with them (Really, NYT? Another book by Jonathan Franzen?), I love reading the opinions and getting ideas. So following, in no particular … Continue reading

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Twas the Dawn of 2011

‘Twas the dawn of 2011 and all through Adventure Cycling Not a single wheel was turning not even one small ring.New tours were all posted on the website with careIn hopes that our members soon would visit there. The tours … Continue reading

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Three Bicycling New Year’s Resolutions

Here are mine: 1. Get to West Texas for some trail riding. 2. Worry less about the bike and more about the ride. This one’s easy for me, because it’s the way I already am and always have been. Still, … Continue reading

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