Have you ever dated someone you knew in your heart wasn’t for you, but they had potential and you wanted it to work? A thrill
All of the tension has been pedaled out of my body. I’m so relaxed that I could ride more miles or just as easily take
Public Service Announcement: If you pedal at a 4.5 miles-per-hour pace near mosquitoes, be assured they will have their way with you. We spent today
Runaway train never going back Wrong way on a one way track Seems like I should be getting somewhere Somehow I’m neither here nor there…
I would have written you sooner, but I had to return the fire extinguisher to the hotel lobby. I borrowed it when my shoes became
Greetings from Gunnison! We’re on a rest day, which I’m quite happy about. I wish you were here so we could go grab a gluten-free
Guys, we are in Montrose and I just can’t believe this day! 115 miles point to point with three big summits: Coal Bank Pass, Molas
Update: the banana bread is gone and for a while today, so was my positive attitude. We planned for our ride from Chama to Pagosa
Every day that goes by, our 2014 Colorado tour becomes more memory. I’m surprised to feel saddened by that, since one of our intentions while
I’ve looked at clouds from both sides now, from up and down, and still somehow it’s cloud illusions I recall. I really don’t know clouds
Since I started bike touring, I’ve trained myself to keep an eye open for others who might be on an adventure. Bike riders can blend
Remember me? It’s been a few days, but I’m mostly free of my post bike tour fog and thought I’d rip off a quick top
Felkerino called our day going over Rollins Pass an immersive experience. It’s definitely one of the most intense things I’ve done on a tandem.
But if you try sometimes You just might find You get what you need. –The Rolling Stones More to come.
The short story is this– 82 miles from Leadville to Winter Park. Our bike is still in one piece. Thanks to everyone who complimented our
When we last saw our two intrepid bike tourists, they were stranded in Leadville with a broken crankarm… It was Leadville layover day and