“What are we busy about?”

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It is not enough to be busy. So are the ants. The question is: What are we busy about?

~Henry David Thoreau

Remember us?

So, what ARE we busy about?

Even though we’ve been negligent in keeping you up to date on our blog (Psst. We do update our Facebook page regularly.) [Read More…]

Guadalajara (Part 2) :: For the Love of a Livable City!

Cyclists of all ages come out to take over the streets of Guadalajara every Sunday.  Long Live Via RecreActiva!

Cyclists of all ages come out to take over the streets of Guadalajara every Sunday. Long Live Via RecreActiva!

One of the things we especially loved about Guadalajara was the Via RecreActiva, an event that began back in 2004 and that occurs every Sunday.

Via RecreActiva is a Car-Free Sunday event where the city blocks off over 65 km of city streets to motor traffic for six [Read More…]

350 KM Pledge Riders :: THANK YOU!

Diana Weis, Jen Stasny, Linda Hayek riding the Wabash Trace

We’re riding for change. Join Us!

Remember back in May when we dedicated a portion of our around the world ride toward the spirit of “connecting the dots” between climate change and our precarious future? In the 350.org spirit (scientists warn that we have to reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current level of 392 parts [Read More…]

350 Kilometers for Change :: Join Us!

We're riding for change.  Join Us!

It’s time to Connect the Dots people!

Climate Impacts Day, sponsored by 350.org, is May 5th. It’s a global day of ACTION TAKING, a grassroots movement to fight climate change…….so get ready to ride with us!

We're riding for change. Join Us!

 

350 Kilometers :: 350 Parts Per Million

Scientists warn that we must reduce the amount of CO2 [Read More…]

Palapas & Hot Springs :: San Felipe to Puertecitos

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Looking Back at San Felipe

Although we love the privacy that a hotel room offers us we left San Felipe with anticipation rising. Adventure lay before us. Over the next week we would be riding through some of the most remote and least traveled areas of Baja California, on some of the roughest roads. Besides travelling through a couple of small fishing villages that had little in way of [Read More…]

Gear Shakedown :: Water Storage Choices

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At six months in to cycle touring we’ve had some experience using our equipment. Months ago we posted a three part series on how we were going to handle water storage and transportation while travelling. Here’s a quick shakedown on how our choices have fared so far:

 

Klean Kanteen Bottles

After 4 months of continuous use the “patent pending” screw top on one [Read More…]

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