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Graphite, Granite & Gravel: Art and pedaling around the west

Story, art and photos by Gretchen Leggitt I recall the exact moment, swimming in a sea of merriment at Aslan Brewing’s one-year anniversary party, when my...

Meal Prep and Pocket Bacon: Eat well in the backcountry this...

By Mike McCartan The smoke near Winthrop was unbearable and the fire rained ash on our vehicles overnight; we swept it off the windshield just...

Learning to be a weekend warrior on the IMBA Epic Seven...

Story by Benjamin Whitney | Photos by Jasper Gibson If I learned anything worthwhile in college, I learned to juggle and grind. Late nights and...

11 Questions: Kona Bikes pro Hannah Bergemann

Interview and photos by Beau Gaughran Bellingham mountain bike racer Hannah Bergemann graduated from the expert to pro category last year and she’s been placing...

Seduced by the Juice: An e-bike primer

By Pat Grubb A silent revolution in the cycling world that began in China and conquered Europe is now riding strong across North America. Electric bikes,...

Fall 2018 photo gallery

 

Postcards: Whidbey Island’s Kettles Trail system

From the Whidbey Island Bicycle Club The Kettles Trail System is a jewel stationed between Oak Harbor and Coupeville on Whidbey Island. The area gets...

It’s back! The cult-favorite hill climb to Artist Point returns in...

By Oliver Lazenby Most popular bike races are long. The Tour de France is about 2,082 miles this year, with an average stage length of...

Ski to Sea competitors can now race multiple legs

A change to the historic race allows competitors to race in three legs. Teams can have between three and eight members. By Oliver Lazenby What’s the...

Meet the new director of Cascade Cross, Bellingham’s cyclocross series

By Benjamin Whitney Bellingham is home to what may be the Pacific Northwest’s rowdiest cyclocross race series. Cyclocross races typically include dirt, grass and pavement,...