Treat Your Bike Like Other People Treat Their Car

Mother's day gift: the renovation of this awesome Raleigh.

Mother’s day gift: the renovation of this awesome Raleigh.

There is often a level of snobbery when it comes to identifying with your bike, and what kind of accessories you don’t need. Kickstands, lights, bells, whistles, mirrors, helmets, and multiple gears often get kicked to the curb. Continue reading

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Tuesday Tutorial: How To Dehydrate Apples in a Toaster Oven

The finished product! Yum!

The finished product! Yum!

Backpacking and planning outdoor adventures can be fun and exciting. But sometimes, the greatest joy is in the planning process. Not everyone is a planner, but I thoroughly enjoy the process. Before every trip I like to plan out meals, routes, food, and many other nitty
gritty details.

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How to Bicycle Through the Winter

This is the coldest day of the decade. -14F, NOT including the wind chill.

This is the coldest day of the decade. -14F, NOT including the wind chill.

Biking through the winter can be fun AND exciting. I biked every week this winter, with the exception of when I was visiting family out of state. To say that this winter in Milwaukee was extreme would be an understatement, but with great access to
clothes, roads, paths, snow, and bikes, it was successful.

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