Jonas Ginter, a German journalist, created this fun video of himself on a bike as well as a car. Because of the fish-eye effect, he looks as if he is biking on a tiny planet. He created this video using a series of Go Pro cameras mounted on his bike and car.
Early spring riding in Alaska’s rugged Chugach Mountains on a fat bike uncover the “alien icescapes of Knik Glacier” east of Anchorage. Second place winner by Anna Edmonds.
The complete list of the 5th Annual Photo Contest Winners | Adventure Cycling Association.
New York City University Bike Share Opens!
This is not to be confused with the delayed public bike share systems from BIXI. This is a University bike share in the following locations that is very inexpensive with 75 bikes and 10 locations!
A full biking video from Suthep Temple to the foot of Doi Suthep mountain.
Non-touring cycling friends often ask me: ‘What’s the best touring bicycle you can buy?’ In some respects, it’s a hard question to answer as the
choice of bike hinges on so many factors, not least the kind of journeys you are planning to undertake. That said, the simple answer to the question more often than not would be: ‘The bike in your garage or shed.’ A solid mountain bike, road bike or hybrid will be sufficient for your first tour.
For the purposes of this post, though, I will focus on the ‘dedicated’ touring cycle, which can be loosely categorised as ‘traditional touring cycles’, ‘expedition touring cycles’ and ‘others’ – including folding bicycles for touring. Not intended to be a definitive list, it does feature models that are available for purchase in the UK.
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