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2019 Silk Road Mountain Race Report

2019 Silk Road Mountain Race Report (Days 5-10)

By Rugile Kaladyte on August 30, 2019

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The race continues… Official media team member Rugile Kaladyte brings us into the 2019 Silk Road Mountain Race with another incredible set of photos and first hand account from days 5-10, including the first five finishers…

Jakub Sliacan, Silk Road Mountain Race Winner
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Jakub Sliacan Wins the 2019 Silk Road Mountain Race!

By Rugile Kaladyte on August 24, 2019

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A huge congratulations goes out to Jakub Sliacan of Slovakia, who just took first place in this year’s PEdALED Silk Road Mountain Race through the mountains of Kyrgyzstan. Find photos from the finish and details here…

2019 Silk Road Mountain Race Report

2019 Silk Road Mountain Race Report 1 (Days 1-4)

By Rugile Kaladyte on August 21, 2019

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Rugile Kaladyte is part of the media team following and documenting the 2019 Silk Road Mountain Race. In this first of several reports from the field, she provides a detailed account of the race from days 1-4 alongside an incredible photoset…

Brad Wade, Specialized AWOL
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Reader’s Rig: Brad’s Specialized AWOL

By Logan Watts on July 19, 2019

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This week on Reader’s Rig, we scope out Brad Wade’s Specialized AWOL, complete with a set of homemade frame bags. Born with just one lung, Brad has been defying the odds by pedaling his AWOL on long tours around his region of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, and beyond. Find details here…

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WTF Bristol Chapter: A Mendips Overnighter

By Guest on July 17, 2019

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Inspired by antics from over the pond, Katherine Moore reports from the UK’s first WTF Ride Series meetup; a friendly 60-mile loop around the Mendips. Read on for a report on how the weekend went, a map of the route, and tips for organising your own local WTF ride…

2019 Tour Divide Recap, Eddie Clark
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Tracking Down the 2019 Tour Divide, Part 2

By Eddie Clark on July 3, 2019

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In part two of our Tour Divide recap, Eddie Clark gets into the thick of things as the weather goes south in the high mountains of Colorado, capturing a stunning set of photos that show why the Tour Divide is one of the “most demanding and beautiful bike races in existence.”

2019 Tour Divide Recap, Eddie Clark
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Tracking Down the 2019 Tour Divide, Part 1

By Eddie Clark on July 2, 2019

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Eight-year Tour Divide veteran documentarian Eddie Clark spent the last week tracking down riders during this year’s race. In this piece, he shares his experiences, observations, and a fantastic set of photos. See part one of his coverage of the people, places, and spirit of the 2019 Tour Divide here…

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Rocky Mountain Maneuvers

By Guest on January 25, 2019

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When Trevor Browne decided to race in the Alberta Rockies 700, he opted to take the long way to the start line, riding an extra 230 km through a maze of logging roads to get there. Read on for his story of missing turns, meeting mushroom hunters, and learning to appreciate the magic of the road…

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Pedaling Through a Changing Climate

By Guest on December 17, 2018

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As recipients of the 2018 Lael Rides Alaska Women’s Scholarship, Brooke Larsen and Kailey Kornhauser crafted a 1,000-mile ride from Seward to Deadhorse, Alaska. They didn’t just ride their bikes, though. They also listened to stories about climate change and fossil fuel extraction along the way. Read on for their story of finding gratitude and hope while pedaling through the far north…

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Bombtrack at The Navad 1000 (video)

By Logan Watts on November 5, 2018

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After bikepacking around the world for several years, Jona decided to tackle his first bikepacking race, which proved itself more challenging than expected. Here’s a video documenting his race and a set of photos from the ride…

Bikepacking Journal Issue 01
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The Bikepacking Journal Issue 01

By Logan Watts on October 16, 2018

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The inaugural issue of The Bikepacking Journal is bursting with over a dozen pedal-powered stories and essays that span 148 colorful pages. From remote fjords in Greenland, to muddy passes in the Andes Mountains, to dusty roads in South Africa, we’ve searched the globe for the best writing and most beautiful photographs captured from the […]

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Rider and Rig: Franzi and her Bombtrack Beyond Plus

By Cass Gilbert on September 21, 2018

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As the writer and photographer behind Tales on Tyres, Franzi Wernsing has spent the last few years wandering the world on two wheels. After following her popular Instagram feed, Cass Gilbert finally got the chance to catch up with her in person on the Trans Alp bikepacking route, to get the full lowdown on her Bombtrack Beyond+, dig deeper into her passion for photography, and find out how she and her partner Jona juggle life on the road…