Bicycle touring is my favorite way to travel. At pedal-powered speed you see and feel everything – the wind, rain, sun, the bugs in your face, the smell of the foliage or the exhaust, the curiosity and kindness of the strangers you encounter.
Here you’ll find everything related to bicycle touring: route and country guides, gear reviews, and tips learned from many thousands of miles on the road.
If you tend to prefer dirt to pavement and saddle bags to panniers, check out the bikepacking section too.
The Great American Rail Trail project aims for car-free riding across the entire USA, but it still has as long way to go. Here are my thoughts for prospective thru riders while the trail is still incomplete.
Debating between the Surly Disc Trucker and Kona Sutra? These two legendary touring bikes have a lot in common, but this article will walk you through their differences and why they might matter to you.
The Divide rack from Old Man Mountain is a strong and versatile rack that can mount to nearly any bike, even without rack eyelets (really!). This detailed review shares my experience with it during 900 miles in Central Asia.
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