Empowering The Bicycle Traveler

Idaho

On a map the roads show as thin red lines forming a network resembling blood vessels and capillaries. Or the tributaries to a river. Between Swan Falls Dam and Celebration Park on the south side of the river there is a gap with no red lines. Since a few of the dozen or so other Read More

Mid-Week Overnight Bike Camping

B. suggested a mid-week overnight trip on the Bikes to Atlanta, ID. I was keen to go and was delighted when my secretary reported I had no pressing obligations on the proposed days. The next few photos are of some of the hunting camps that are set up along side the road. Hunting season opened Read More

It's Friday afternoon about 4:30 and I'm in the weeds. I've had pretty steady walk in traffic  and I am just starting to fulfill the online orders which came in today. Don't get me wrong; these are good problems and I really appreciate every customer. But I'm tired, and the thought of going to a Read More

Rollin’ Fatties in the Snake River Canyon

Late February might not normally be a time one could expect to find dry conditions in the Snake River Canyon.  Blame climate change or just call it good luck but a long spell of dry and unseasonably warm weather in the middle part of the month has resulted in excellent trail conditions throughout much of Read More

Trials of the Owyhee

When we arrived at the trailhead we were a hardy band of 16 or 17, many of whom were venturing into this high desert landscape for the first time.  After several weeks of cloudy, wet and often icy winter weather in the Treasure Valley, we were primed and ready for a sunny day in the Read More