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A couple of weeks ago my friend Auston and I went for a bike ride down the coast. We left the city with no particular destination in mind. The plan was to head south on Highway 1, ride all day, and get a lot of sun.
From the recently published Biking to Ski Hollowtop Peak, Tobacco Root Mountains, Montana, by Chris Bangs.
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I caught wind of this trail on my recumbent news group. It's a rail-trail in Tioga County in north-central Pennsylvania, and rated by some as one of the ten best in the country. It goes through what is known as the Pine Creek Gorge, the "Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania."
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What makes a good stove for bicycle touring? First, the stove has to be small and light. I've seen some stoves that weigh a ton. For the most part, they work great, but mostly disqualify themselves because of the weight. Next, fuel has to be available. If a stove runs on canisters that you can find only in certain large cities, that's not going to do you much good. The most readily available fossil fuel, automotive gas, isn't very good for your health or for your stove, so try to stay away from that as an option.
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