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Bo Bikes Bama

Jordan Sher
jordan.sher
May / 13 / 2015

What is it about natural disasters that bring out the best in people? When central Alabama was hit in 2011 by a series of tornadoes, “the best in people” was about the 

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Socially Guided: Zeb King

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Guide

A decorated bike racer, amateur photographer, avid skier and first year guide for Trek Travel, Zeb King is far from a novice when it comes to adventure. His excitement for life constantly 

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Industry Insider: JoLe Farm to Table

Greg Lyeki
greg_lyeki
May / 12 / 2015

JoLe is a Contemporary American Restaurant owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Matt and Sonjia Spector, chef and pastry chef, respectively. Learn more about their story, then taste their creations for yourself 

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La Gazzetta dello Sport

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Guide
May / 11 / 2015

Perhaps the greatest thing about guiding bicycle trips that interact with big races and follow Grand Tours is the opportunity to travel off the beaten path. We venture to parts of the 

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Agua Tibia Surf School

Jenny Binkowski
jenny.b
May / 7 / 2015

Meet Adrian and Drew, owners of Agua Tibia surf school in Costa Rica. Sense their passion for the sport as you follow along on their journey of adventure, discovery and the search 

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Industry Insider: Tim Vanderjeugd

Jenny Binkowski
jenny.b
May / 6 / 2015

As the public relations and media manager for Trek Factory Racing, Tim Vanderjeugd is essentially the eyes and ears of the team at races. He is the director of communications, the team’s 

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World’s Best Coffee Shops

Trek Travel
Guide
May / 5 / 2015

Coffee is a drug, a really good one that hooks you for life! And one that brings people together all over the world. It’s a social lubricant, and for some, the only 

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Guest Choice: Yountville

Meagan Coates
meagan-coates
Apr / 29 / 2015

The Town of Yountville, renowned for its world-class restaurants and award-winning chefs, has earned the unofficial title of “Culinary Capital of the Napa Valley.” Though small enough to walk from end to 

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How To Tune Your Bike

Sean Peotter
sean_peotter
Apr / 24 / 2015

It’s that time of year again. You’ve been looking at your bike hanging upside down all winter. You’ve been telling yourself the past few weekends that you need to go out for 

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The Intimidation Factor

Jenny Binkowski
jenny.b

If you’ve ever been intimidated to walk into a bike shop, I’m here to tell you that you’re not alone. It’s common to feel nervous in any specialty store, and bike shops 

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10 Tips to Pack like the Pros

Lindsay Juley
ljuley
Apr / 20 / 2015

One of the most popular questions guests ask in preparation for their cycling vacation is, “What should I pack?” And while we do have a general packing list available, I have compiled 

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Apr / 15 / 2015

I consider myself a citizen of the world. Born in the Netherlands, raised in East Africa, middle school in Eastern Europe, high school in Vermont, university in New York and post university 

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