Gear reviews from the Aug./Sept. 2021 issue of Adventure Cyclist magazine.
On a journey from her front door in Lake Tahoe to the arid Baja Peninsula, the author pedals into a tight spot in the Mexican desert.
Because there’s no such thing as too much literature, especially of the cycling variety.
The season’s not over yet! If you’re still on the lookout for the right gear, look no further.
Have new gravel bike? Will cross states for fun.
The unique device that links full-size bikes to full-size travel.
The Velomont Trail will allow riders to ride hut to hut and berm to berm, from Canada to Massachusetts.
Before cell phones and GPS, there were memories and snapshots.
A conversation about rattlesnakes with herpetologist Ryan Dumas
An unforgettable ride with unforgettable hospitality in Mongolia
An adventure “Go-Bag” can help you exit quickly in the face of an emergency; it can also help you exit quickly in the face of normalcy.
On writing and riding one's own story.
Five writers look back on bicycle adventures that shaped their lives, from puppy love to dog days in the desert.
It’s a hybrid. Or is it?
A quick look at the history of a touring mainstay: Co-Motion Cycles
Controlling what one can and riding through the rest.
Tips from the expert.
Want to know how to cool down when it heats up? We’ve got you covered.
A classic gravel bike for the modern age.
A high-altitude tour of ghost towns and abandoned mines in Colorado.