Monthly Archives: January 2013

Riding the Space Horse

In this video, Adventure Cyclist magazine contributor Patrick O’Grady takes a look at the All-City Space Horse. The full review appears in the February 2013 issue of Adventure Cyclist, which will appear in Adventure Cycling members’ mailboxes soon. If you’re an Adventure … Continue reading

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Join Our Team for Climate Ride 2013!

Join Adventure Cycling Association on Climate Ride, the epic 5-day pedaling adventure in California! The best part is that you can help Adventure Cycling Association while you’re doing it! Right now we’re recruiting members for our new team on the California … Continue reading

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Safe Passage? A National Trend & Montana’s Chance

If you’ve ever cycled much on public roads, you’ve almost certainly had a motor vehicle come too close and scare the heck out of you. Or if you’re Gina Evans or Arlen Hall, you’ve actually been hit by a truck … Continue reading

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I want to be in this world.

This was supposed to be a post about cycling. It was specifically supposed to be about cycling in snow; a video about how to make your own studded tires. And I’ll get that to you (I promise), but with the … Continue reading

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Stories in the Snow, Winter Travel

Although the cold demands respect, I love nothing more than to muck about, marveling at the beauty of winter and finding stories in the snow. My partner Bill loves identifying bicycle tracks, and as he shouts out the treads, I try … Continue reading

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Manufacturer Profile: Linear Recumbents

Today’s guest post was written by BRYAN J. BALL, editor of BentRider Online. We all know that recumbents are becoming increasingly more popular among touring-oriented cyclists. The reasons for this are many. Recumbents are very comfortable for long journeys and are … Continue reading

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How to Deal with Dog Encounters

If you ask a traveling cyclist about their scariest moment on a bike, many of them will respond with a tale about an encounter with a loose dog. This is a situation which cyclists can encounter on roads across the … Continue reading

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