Empowering The Bicycle Traveler

Our Trips

The Pioneer Scenic Byway

Day 1 was not exactly what I had expected. I knew it wouldn’t be easy but this was down right miserable. The first 18 miles to Jackson MT were painful to say the least.  A head wind, of at least 75 miles per hour (no it was probably like 10-15 but still), and it was Read More

Stuff Bike Touring Chicks Say

In honor of my first real bike trip with Sky King and The Bike Hermit, I give you stuff bike touring chicks say… Seriously, is this headwind for real? Is it always uphill? I hate bike touring. I should have trained more. That cheeseburger was a bad idea. Does that sign seriously say "chain up area", sh*t Read More

Crazy Guy on a Bike

Here's a tip; go to Neil Gunton's crazyguyonabike.com, "a free, independent website for hosting bicycle touring journals, forums and resources", and read everything you could possibly want to know about bike touring. Our most recent journal is this one about riding the Old West Scenic Bikeway. I suppose everyone who enjoys reading these journals has Read More

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