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New Feature: Bikepacking NYC

New York City is easy to love and easier to hate, especially for New York City based cyclists. We are blessed with a plethora of local racing opportunities that may be unmatched anywhere in the country, but also cursed with too much traffic and far too many miles on the usual routes. At some point it becomes vital to escape the concrete jungle, be it a day trip to the back roads and reservoirs North of the city or an afternoon spent on the mountain bike trails just across the Hudson River in New Jersey.

Bikepacking Adventure from "Port-to-Pough"

Mat Street, Chris Burati and a group of friends loaded up their road bikes and traded watts for wanderlust, finish lines for fly storms and crits for the countryside on an unforgettable four-day bikepacking trip from Portland, Maine to Poughkeepsie, New York.
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New Feature: Austin to NOLA by Bike, Part I

After Mat Street rode a good chunk of the California coast on a single speed this past winter, Team Health Warrior's Greg Addo spent one week traversing the Southern US from Texas to NOLA, check out the full story in feature form:
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Bikepacking from Vermont to Maine: the Photo Rhetoric Video

Earlier this year we shared a collection of images from our own Matthew Vandivort (aka Photo Rhetoric) as he documented the journey of five women from the Mountains of Vermont to the sea in Maine. Following up on that very special gallery, a…
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New Feature: Vermont to Maine by Photo Rhetoric

Matthew Vandivort's gallery of images from the journey of five women riding self-supported from Vermont to Maine:
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New Feature: Bike Camping & Outdoor Coffee

Mathew Street checks in with a weekend of rest and recovery: bikepacking with some goodies from our friends at Nobletree Coffee along for the ride:
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New Feature: California Daydreaming

When faced with a potential relocation back across the Atlantic, Mat Street made the obvious choice to bikepack the majority of the California coast line on a track bike with a busted rear hub. The full story: