Category Archives: Guest Posts

Backward Vision: The Case for Mirrors

Today’s guest post was written by Charlie Otto, a friend of Bike Overnights blogger Mac McCoy’s. Charlie, who was co-founder and longtime owner of Grand Teton Brewing in Wilson, Wyoming, and Victor, Idaho, began bicycle touring in 1979. Since then, … Continue reading

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A Fatbiking Micro-Adventure in New Mexico

Thank you all for a great first week of Fat Bike February. The following is a guest post from Nicholas Carman. You can find many more fat biking resources, photos, and stories on Nicholas’ blog, gypsybytrade.wordpress.com Through all four seasons and twelve … 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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10 Tips for Video Post Production

Adventure Cycling’s first annual Bicycle Travel Video Contest is open, organized in conjunction with World Cycle Videos. Between now and the submission deadline of February 28, 2013, we will feature guest blog posts from our volunteer judges with insights and tips for … Continue reading

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Five Things to Bring on Every Bike Tour

The following is a guest post by travel writer and Adventure Cycling member Jeanine Barone: 1. SmartWool or Icebreaker long-sleeve shirtThese companies both make merino wool clothing that’s light, packs well, looks good and, most importantly, is warm. I always … Continue reading

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Winter Tips from a Rain Expert

Winter: it’s coming, whether we like it or not. Many bike travelers like to keep their chops up in winter by commuting or overnighting to cabins, and why not? Once you get the hang of it, winter biking can be pretty … Continue reading

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Bicycle Travel Videos: The Art of Storytelling

Adventure Cycling’s first annual Bicycle Travel Video Contest is open, organized in conjunction with World Cycle Videos. Between now and the submission deadline of February 28, 2013, we will feature guest blog posts from our volunteer judges with insights and tips for … Continue reading

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