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El Nogal Loop

By David Nelson

A moderate to difficult route in Taos country.

Discovering Wildlife at Black Mountain

By Chris Gould

Bike camping with a bike trailer--an-easy-to-go, easy-to pack way to pedal your load and enjoy the sites.

Mapless in the Woods

By Jeff Nachtigal

Just a little lost? Sometimes you forget the essentials.

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The Ignored Mid-Section

By Jeff Nachtigal

Infomercials will make you a better cyclist, if you do crunches.

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Rail-Trails

By Jeff Nachtigal

Flat grade, great scenery, and car-free.

Point Mugu State Park

By Cathy Philipp

For an ultimate off-road experience, try the 35 trails covering 15,000 acres of the Santa Monica Mountains.

Golden Gate's Tiburon Loop

By David Nelson

Even if you have done it hundreds of times, there is something magic about bicycling across the Golden Gate Bridge.

A Taste of Texas Hill Country

By Rick and Becky Youman

Single track, double track, jeep trails, and killer loops. Riders of all skill level will find plenty of trail options around Bandera, Texas.

Cornering

By Jeff Nachtigal

Cornering on a bicycle uses the same principles as turning on a motorcycle: counter steering, balance and approach.

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Hill Climbs of the 2000 Tour de France

By Erik Scmidt

The 2000 Tour de France will feature five stages with hors categorie
climbs. Defending champ Lance Armstrong will face one day high in the
Pyrenees, one day in Provence (Mount Ventoux), and three days in the
high Alps.

Capturing the Moment

By Jeff Rennicke

You too can keep a journal: Writer Jeff Rennicke's step- by- step guide to writing down your wilderness adventures.

Trail Mixing

By Dennis Lewon

Multisport: the smorgasboard approach to adventure travel. Dennis Lewon explains.

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