Tag: Biking

To The Australian Outback in 2019

I’ve decided. I am going to take 6-7 months to bike the Australian Outback in 2019, crossing the entirety from one end to the other. The tentative plan is to start at Perth in Western Australia, cut through the middle of Australia (signified by the rock Uluru), and arrive in Sydney on the eastern coast …

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A Week in Grand Staircase

In November, a week before Thanksgiving, I decided to head to Utah to ride in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (Grand Staircase, for short).  It was a spur-of-the-moment decision, prompted by the knowledge that Trump was going to severely reduce the size of the monument. Riding the Continental Divide this summer made me painfully realize …

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Biking the Great Divide– A Highlight!

As this year comes to a close, I still remember fondly the months I spent bicycling the Continental Divide from New Mexico to Montana. At first I thought it would be a physical challenge to go the entire north-south length of the United States, about 2000 miles.  In the beginning, it was.  But as the …

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