My son Finn joined us last month on our bikepacking trip in the San Rafael Swell. He’s a photographer and documented this trip with Tri-x 400 film, developed with d76 1:1 ratio. Lately he has been developing his own film. All photos by Finn Christensen. Enjoy.
Here is a post for the gear heads. I am no expert bikepacker, but I have been out a few times and know what works for me. I have also been backpacking for around 40 years and over those years have been through a lot of gear. In the past 15 years or so I have […]
My Pugsley will be three years old this year and the original paint job was in rough shape. In fact, it came from the factory with a lousy paint job. I doubt there was even a clear coat on it. Within days of owning it, I had scratches all the way down to bare metal. […]
Check out this post of a new full suspension fatbike built for Mike Curiak. Looks pretty amazing. http://lacemine29.blogspot.com/2015/11/revolution.html
Here is a nice video from Mike Curiak. Bikepacking and fly fishing seem to go well together.
About a year and a half ago, my son Finn and I went down to the Little Grand Canyon area of San Rafael Swell and rode the Good Water Canyon Trail. That trip report is here: https://intotheoutdoors.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/san-rafael-swell-good-water-canyon-rim-ride/ Some rides are well worth a return trip. The views are spectacular, the trails excellent, and this time my […]
Here is another nice post of riding fatbikes on Kokopelli’s Trail. http://expeditionportal.com/bikepacking-the-kokopelli-trail/
In the past couple weeks I have made three trips out to Cedar Valley and the Tintic mountains. I was looking for new places to ride that were off the beaten track. I wanted solitude. I spent some time with my Utah Atlas and Gazetteer looking for lonely dirt roads not too far from home. […]
Here is a nice video from Eric Parons at Revelate Designs fatbiking the Iditarod Trail in Alaska. Looks like great fun. Enjoy.
Sunset in the desert. There’s something magical about it. The red cliffs above us glowed a deep red as the deep blue sky faded into light blues, then grays, and the red rock cliffs glowed darker and deeper until they turned black. We stood on a bluff looking back down into Black Dragon Wash where we […]