Do You EFI? 4
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?

This last week was such a blur. What felt like a long time during the ride crept up on us so fast that it is a bit humbling to process the thoughts right now. As you may have read from my previous post, I am in the second week of August and I am trying more »

Trans Am Week 5 (LAST WEEK): Prairie City, OR to ...

Thumbs up for hammock
EDIT 8/10/2016: This should have been published 2 weeks ago but I’m finally having the chance to do so now so here it is in it’s original form when I started writing back at the end of July 24th.  I can’t believe it has already been 1 months on the road but here I am, riding more »

Trans Am Week 4: Syringa, ID to Baker City, OR

July 4, 2016 The week started on July 4th but we didn’t have the chance to celebrate our nation’s birthday properly. Instead, I was driving the support van that day in Wyoming from Rawlins to Sweetwater Station. It would have been one of the most difficult rides that day as our group needed to ride more »

Trans Am Week 2: Jeffrey City to West Yellowstone, MT

Planning a Cross-Country Bike Tour on the TransAm 2
For those who don’t know, I will be leading a cross-country bike tour for the Adventure Cycling Association in conjunction with their 40th Anniversary this year. This will be a van tour similar to my last year’s Pacific Coast North tour where I am responsible for planning and driving half of the time across the country. We more »

Planning a Cross-Country Bike Tour on the TransAm