20200925-27 GNR brewery tour bikepacking trip with amazing friends!

The Grand Nith Ramble (GNR) Bikepacking Route (http://www.bt700.ca/gnr-bikepacking-route.html) created by Matthew Kadey (thanks Matt!) rewards cyclists with: an epic 350k ride through mostly rural central Ontario countryside; a large network of doubletrack and singletrack trail riding along the Grand River, through the forests of Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Puslinch Track, Drydan Track, Little Track and … Continue reading 20200925-27 GNR brewery tour bikepacking trip with amazing friends!

2020-09-15 Muskoka Lakes 150k loop to test bikepacking setup

Did a 150k loop today of the Muskoka Lakes with a camp out tonight. Wanted to test my bikepacking setup for an upcoming Grand Nith Ramble brewery tour bikepacking trip with some friends. The ride was great, the bike and gear worked well, helped by having a brew at Sawdust City Brewing in Gravenhurst and … Continue reading 2020-09-15 Muskoka Lakes 150k loop to test bikepacking setup

2020-07-18 BT700 finished with summary

#bt700bikepacking Finished 762k in 4 days, 84.5 hrs (40.3 hrs moving). Day 1 was great 270k to Wiarton Willy's Inn but heat was tiring. Day 2 rain and light gps metal mount breaking (rough stone trails vibration) meant reached only 420k and camped overlooking Blue Mountain. Day 3 the brutal heat while crawling up brutal … Continue reading 2020-07-18 BT700 finished with summary

Join me Bikepacking Trans-Uganda Aug-Sep 2021

https://bikepacking.com/routes/trans-uganda/. I will be bikepacking the Trans-Uganda 2,111km route starting mid August 2021. Interested in joining me? The Trans-Uganda route was created by Logan Watts (creator of bikepacking.com) and his wife Virginia to take in as much of the incredible parks and landscapes within Uganda as possible. The route delivers an unforgettable experience via a … Continue reading Join me Bikepacking Trans-Uganda Aug-Sep 2021

When you can watch the film…”The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” … based on the true story of… William Kamkwamba, a Malawian innovator and author. He gained fame in his country in 2002 when he built a wind turbine to power multiple electrical appliances (including a welk water pump that saved them from starvation) using blue gum trees, bicycle parts (including a bike light rim dynamo), and materials collected in a local scrapyard. #wp #bicycle #bicyclepoweredmachines

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