“It’s not that hard, but it’s very hard! You can maybe totally do it!” – What I hear when people … More
Splitboard Mountaineering and Leveling Up with Colorado Adventure Guides
Have you ever looked at strips of snow that run down a mountain in the distance and think, “that would be so sick to ride(!!!)”? But then that thought is followed by: (1) I don’t know how to drop into that line, or if you do know, then (2) I don’t know how to exit it in one piece.
Quads and Squad Goals: Planning My 2019 MTB Season
…pursuing goals without a plan can end up feeling like shopping for bike components without an idea of how to turn them into a bike
Biking Touring Taiwan Quick Deets and Packing List
If stumbled upon Up Down, All Around: Bikepacking Taiwan and you’re like, just tell me the high-level logistics and what … More
What the Hut 2018: Jackal Hut Trip Report
I’ve never tried getting Hamilton tickets but I imagine it’s as hard as getting weekend group spots in Colorado’s 10th … More
DONE AND DUSTED: Recap and lessons learned from my first MTB enduro race
Enduro racing has always been on my mind since I started mountain biking 3 years ago. But throughout that time, I never felt ready. Every time I wanted to sign up for a race, fear would pop up in the form of an excuse for why I shouldn’t do it. It’s too hard. I won’t finish. I’ll finish last. It’s too expensive and far away. I have to wash my hair that weekend.
Kathmandu and the Can-Do Attitude: Riding and the Women’s MTB Community in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
After a 11 day trek to Everest Base Camp without illness or injuries, I knew I was due for something. … More
Should You Cry On Your Adventure?
The answer is usually no.
For a More Habit-able World
For our winter road trip, we’ve been closely following storms and snowfall across North America so that we can find … More
Splitboarding 25 Short in Grand Teton National Park and other uses of snow in Jackson, WY
Very few things are worth delaying a road trip a week for. Consecutive double-digit snowfall days in Jackson, WY is one of them. (So is getting over the flu, the boring yet grimy details of which I’ll spare you from).