Branden Shelby & Daniel Harkins come in to tell us about their epic wilderness tour last summer. They took a turn through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and lived to tell about it, including negotiations after a stealth camping bust, a difficult fix on the side of a road, and midnight attempts for tacos at a fast food drive-thru.
Also: it’s Boston month (interviews), Brock went to Boston, and Aaron went to Missoula.
BikePortland: For a slumping cycling city, there are reasons for optimism in 2015
Josh G: thinks we’d dig this weather wonkery.
Glenn Kubish helped to rally people in YEG to support suicide prevention.
Logan shares the Seatylock, a bicycle saddle that doubles as a lock.
Doug says our scatalogical emergency reminded him of this TED talk, and thinks bicycling can make people more compassionate. Glenn said that it needed a “soiler alert.” [wah wah] Richard shared his similar experience, and recommends imagining a farther-off destination.
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