For restless vagabonds who explore on two wheels endlessly:
for racers who race without promise of prizes or money, assured only adventure and challenge;
for advocates of bicycles who ride every day, and live and breath by bike;
and for everyone else who dreams of riding new places, Bunyan Velo is back for another year to stoke our passion for riding and life.
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Lael and I have enjoyed every word of this issue in the last few days, reading to each other in our tent to shorten the long winter night. We enjoyed Eszter’s account from Arizona in which Bunyan Velo editor Lucas Winzenburg unleashes a half-digested burger partway up Mingus Mountain in Arizona. The accompanying black and white photographs by Glenn Charles are stunning. Joe Cruz tells stories of South Africa “over rusks and Nescafe”. Logan and Virginia rustle up sandstorms and singletrack in Morocco. Read about Iceland and the Lost Coast of Alaska; the Idaho Hot Springs Mountain Bike Loop and the Oregon Outback; settle into “Four Seasons in Sweden” with Johan Björklund.