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Bikepacking
05. April, 13:42 Uhr

Peter Foot put out a call to see if anyone would join him on a 1,000 km ride between Melbourne and Canberra to raise awareness about climate change, and several people showed up. They pedaled along Australia's backroads, talking openly with the people they met along the way and asking them to make pledges of action. Here's their story... The post Climate Cycle: Riding for Change appeared first...

Bikepacking
11. Dezember, 14:36 Uhr

There are countless sound arguments against this article’s title: Consumerism begets waste. Materialism amplifies economic inequality. Supporting corporations is unsustainable. Better to use what you have. Etc. But given the outdoor gear industry’s position and reach, as evidenced in the aftermath of last Monday, consider this... The post Buy More Gear. appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
08. Februar, 14:28 Uhr

Skyler, Scott, and Rick set out to ride a 1300 kilometer route in the sublimely harsh Puna de Atacama desert along the Chile-Argentina border. Here’s Skyler’s tale of mental starvation, dizzying winds, mind-boggling scenery, and a harrowing river crossing. The post Life on Mars appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
18. Juni, 12:48 Uhr

For our fourth installment of One Question, Five Voices, we round up a group of experienced bikepackers and bicycle tourists to find out how traveling by bicycle has informed their understanding of the world today. Find out what important lessons they've learned while pedaling through places unknown... The post One Question, Five Voices: Lessons From The Road appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.

Bikepacking
29. Juni, 12:42 Uhr

Tibet is much more than just the tightly restricted Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR). The Tibetan Plateau extends far to the east, with the ancient Tibetan region of Kham existing — accessibly — in the far west of the provinces of Sichuan and Qinghai, allowing visitors to the area to experience a Tibetan landscape and culture […] The post The Border Roads, Tibet appeared first on BIKEPACKING.com.