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  Posted: Oct 7, 2012 9:56 PM FEED
4 Amaro
First ride with the new friend

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Posted: Oct 23, 2017 5:05 PM
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Words and 📷 by @gabrielamadeus "One of the most frequent questions I hear is: “What can I bikepack on a long weekend that’s close to town?” The Silver Siouxon route is the answer to that question. You get incredible backcountry singletrack and a remoteness that seems much, much farther than an hour’s drive from Portland.
We rode it in October with vibrant fall colors, but late spring and early summer sport an equally beautiful wildflower bloom. The variety of terrain you pass through is unique. Countless waterfalls, working timber forests, the faux-alpine terrain of Silver Star (a byproduct of the Yacolt Burn), the giant scree fields of Bluff Mountain, the imposing Cougar Rock, and the verdant green tunnel of Siouxon Creek’s old growth forest make this a route that’s challenging physically and technically, but inspiring and soul regenerative at the same time." See more at #theradavist
Posted: Oct 22, 2017 10:39 PM
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Waucoba Springs road in the Inyo National Forest, just outside of Death Valley is a hidden gem amongst the blooming rabbit bush and sage brush...
From Mojave Highways to Death Valley Byways is waiting for you at #theradavist this morning. Including #maxcarmean!
Posted: Oct 22, 2017 6:14 AM
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Shhhhh don't tell anyone but Western Nevada has some beautiful roads...
Later this morning, @vernor takes us inside the Vigorelli and the shop of Alberto Masi...
These guys rode Metro Bikes up into the Angeles National Forest. 44 miles and 5,000' elevation... head on over to #theradavist to read @carterofmemphis' story!
@breadwinnercycles knows what's up with their limited edition Matte Sand G-Road... check out a full gallery at #theradavist from this bike at @grinduro by @kylebkelley
This ombré fade fork installation at Woodstock Cyclery was done by artist Paul Edmunds.
"Size matters, at least when it comes to shops like this. One of my absolute favorite parts about traveling with a bicycle is visiting the local bike shop for whatever location is on my itinerary. During my recent trip to South Africa, I was delighted by their local shop, Woodstock Cycleworks. The first thing I noticed was the scale of this shop. It is massive, taking up half a city block, with giant, vaulted ceilings, exposed brick and wood trusses, with natural light so beautiful, any photographer would take great pleasure in shooting the interior." See more at #theradavist
Posted: Oct 16, 2017 9:19 PM
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Equal parts clouds and dirt.
Events like the @karoobaix are as much about community involvement as they are the race itself. Here, a local sandwich cart owner, Poppie, runs out to greet racers as they arrive to the lunch stop on course. Poppie is known for her bread and tourists from all over queue up at her sandwich stand just outside the Tankwa Karoo.
Immerse yourself in the complete South African experience of the @karoobaix this morning at #theradavist
I love seeing strange and unique bikes that shops have hanging around... this one is at Woodstock Cycleworks in Cape Town. It was found in a dumpster!
I had the absolute pleasure of documenting one of the coolest, most sincere bikes shops I've been to: Woodstock Cycleworks in Cape Town, 🇿🇦 Expect a full Shop Visit next week on #theradavist
Thanks for letting me poke around, @nils_wscycleworks!
This is the sickest @opencycle UP I've ever seen. @raouldejongh wasn't pleased with the stock color options so he created the OD UP! See more at #theradavist today!
A knee injury has me ending this trip early but alas, not all is lost. I was able to ride amazing roads, meet amazing people and eat amazing food. Oh yeah and photos! Expect some reportage next week on #theradavist from the @karoobaix
When the dawn breaks in the desert, time stands still. During the @karoobaix, you've got no time to waste.