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Do You EFI? 2
When I was co-leading the Trans Am trip this summer, there was a Swedish couple who was determined to ride the entire length of the Trans American bicycle route. They are what we call EFI-ers or folks who ride Every F*#&ing Inch or to put nicely, Every Foot and Inch. I thought I’d shed some more »

Do You EFI?


Aftershokz Trekz Titanium
Aftershokz: Trekz Titanium (4:41) Here is another unboxing video of the Aftershokz Trekz Titanium wireless headphones. So what’s so special about these headphones? Instead of delivering sounds directly in your ear, it sits right outside of your ear allowing you to listen to your music and be aware of your surrounding environment. It uses a “bone-conducting” technology that vibrates the more »

Aftershokz Trekz Titanium Unboxing (Video)





Salsa Vaya 10K Mile Review 6
This post is long overdue as it should have been published in July or August. Because I haven’t really been too vigilant in tracking my mileage on my 2013 Salsa Vaya 3 this year, the 10,000 miles milestone wasn’t apparent until I started looking at my miles in November. I had a feeling I was more »

2013 Salsa Vaya 3 – 10,000 Mile Review




How I Make Money Bike Touring 2
On April 17, 2014, I announced that I was leaving my full-time career to pursue other bike touring related endeavors. Fast-forward to present day, 2 ½ years later, you’re probably wondering how I make money bike touring. Even if you don’t care, I want to go through this exercise for my own selfish insight. Ever more »

How I Make Money Bike Touring



Bike Your Park Day
In conjunction with National Public Lands Day, Adventure Cycling made a call-out to all bicycle enthusiasts to go out and explore their parks on September 24, 2016 with their “Bike Your Park” campaign. If you were lucky enough to make it out to a National Park, you were given free admissions. Camping in Orange County We more »

Ride Report: Bike Your Park Day 2016