I’ll be updating this page with photos of bike travellers I meet, their stories, their websites… and most importantly, their rigs!
As you can see, there’s a rich tapestry of bike-touring life on the road…
I first met …[ Read More → ]
It’s a perennial habit that I’m forever jumping between bikes (yet no two are ever complete at once). Parts migrate from frame to frame as frequently as I draw breath. I ride one bike for a few days, then cannibalise …[ Read More → ]
This is one for all those toddler bikepackers out there.
Now that summer’s arrived, we’re preparing for out first multi-day campout with Sage. Our plan is to carry our usual lightweight …[ Read More → ]
It’s doubtful there’s such thing as the perfect bike – at least if you’re attempting to shoehorn everything into one machine, as I always do. …[ Read More → ]
Recently, I acquired an old Specialized Stumpjumper through the classified pages of Craiglist. As the first production mountain bike in the world, the venerable Stumpy is the stuff of legends, and a bike I’ve long coveted. Although …[ Read More → ]
Bicycle workshop are petite havens of bike love: homes to geometry doodles, frame jigs, welding goggles, wood-handled files, old and oily machinery, and lengths of tubing that spell raw potential. From this clutter, somehow, bikes are born, creations that far …[ Read More → ]
I’m recently back from the North American Handmade Bicycle Show. It’s the third time I’ve attended this gathering of artisan framebuilders – first Portland, then Sacramento and now Denver, Colorado.
This is by no means any attempt at a comprehensive …[ Read More → ]