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  1. It’s technically singletrack

    21 Apr 2021

    “It’s not much, but it’s better than pavement,” I thought to myself while looking down at the ribbon of dirt next to the busy paved rail trail. “It’s technically single track.” That strip of dirt next to the Springwater Corridor along the Willamette River in Portland sparked an idea —…

  2. What is bikepacking?

    03 Mar 2021

    Recently Bikepacking posted a video about defining bikepacking — the activity or culture, not the website and adjoining print publication — explaining that the complexity of their endeavor was daunting. Or maybe impossible, or possibly silly. The video was hosted on Bikepacking’s YouTube channel, both of which had their own…

  3. Seattle to Portland, the dusty way pt. 3

    28 Sep 2017

    This is the third and final part of my bikepacking adventure from Seattle to Portland. It picks up in the Olallie Lake Campground in Gifford-Pinchot National Forest in Washington.  I gathered my small camp together and packed up the Troll while my camp neighbors continued to throw food at me…

  4. An afternoon of concrete and junk

    18 Apr 2017

    AUSTIN – What we planned to do as an easy ride around Ladybird Lake, became a grand adventure only partially around the lake. The group was three: Dan, his friend Mike (or something) and me.  We met at Monkey Nest, a local coffee shop to trade some bike parts and…

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