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Top 5 So Cal Overnighters 3
If you’ve followed me from the beginning, you may have noticed that my go-to SoCal overnight trip is riding from Ventura to Ojai to Dennison Park and staying for a night and riding back. It is very laid back with 2 route options, whether you want to stay on bike paths or on gravel roads, […]

Top 5 SoCal Overnight Trips by Your Favorite Bike Tourists

Sang Hyun & Johnny 7
A couple week’s ago, our friends over at Path Less Pedaled put out a challenge. The idea is to go on a bike tour every month in 2015. Since I’ll be on the road for at least ¼ of the year, I was eager to oblige. Seeing that January was coming to an end and […]

Ride Report: Cogswell Dam

“Without reflection, we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences, and failing to achieve anything useful.” – Margaret J. Wheatley, Writer & Behavior Management Consultant Like many businesses and blogs out there, this is the time to reflect on 2014. That is why you might be seeing an influx of self-reflecting blog posts […]

2014: A Year in Review

National Bicycle Tourism Conference Badge 2
This is the first of a two-part article going over my experience at the conference for the first two days. The second part is found here. Do you remember about the same time last year I traveled to Coralville, Iowa to attend the National Bicycle Tourism Conference (NBTC)? If you don’t remember, check out my […]

2014 National Bicycle Tourism Conference (Part 1 of 2)

News Chino Hills to Joshua Tree Flickr Album – Relive our Joshua Tree bike tour adventure through our Flickr photo album.  There are several gems there that you may not have seen yet. 4th Annual Gear Guide: Cargo Bikes – Check out this cool cargo bike gear guide from Momentum Mag.  6 interesting cargo bike model […]

2014 – Week 25 – Internet Round Up

News Bicycle Times #29 Features The Path Less Pedaled – Laura Crawford of The Path Less Pedaled is featured on the cover of the latest issue.  A well deserved accomplishment as both Laura and Russ are doing great things up in Oregon to help boost the bicycle touring movement all over the country.  Definitely one […]

2014 – Week 22 – Internet Round Up

View of Los Angeles 2
As I sat at home fresh off of my Christmas S24O ride, I noticed my social network blowing up with updates from a few people.  Errin Vasquez of who started the Festive 500, a biking event from 12/24/13 to 12/31/13 in which participants attempted to record 500 km during this time period, teamed up […]

Exploring the Verdugos with The Path Less Pedaled