The inaugural issue of a print publication focusing on active lifestyles beyond the boundaries of weight-loss culture is out now and yours truly is in it.
One big FTW group ride and one solo ride round out a summer in a way that feels hard and final and renewing, a perfect circle of beginning and ending, closure and new life.
My first overnight bike trip since the European tour may have only been two days but the peninsula is beautiful and it was good to get back in the saddle.
A 60 mile day full of backtracking and getting lost on weird cobblestone streets, hiking trails and roads that were bigger than I wanted was a real test of wills…but I did it.
Packing for a trip can be anxiety producing. Perry and I come together to provide you with a comprehensive list to make it less overwhelming.
Photo gallery of my 4 day first-timer cycle tour of the north Oregon Coast.
The second half of my trip had some pretty big hills but also the prettiest hiker/biker campsite you’ve ever seen at Cape Lookout.
My first day and a half cycling the Oregon coast was scary and amazing but I rode those seven devils like a boss and you can too.