Bicycle Times Issue #34 has mailed to subscribers and will be available on newsstands soon. In this issue we feature bikepacking in Bolivia and Moab, plus staff picks and reviews to help you on your next adventure.
All this and more, now available through paper and our digital editions. Print subscribers should start receiving their copies next week. You can always visit better book stores and bike shops to buy a copy, or order one online now.
A Man and His Dog: 8,000 miles on a Yuba cargo bike promoting pooches with his pal Bixby.
Bikepacking Staff Picks: From Platypus, Princeton Tec, Topeak, MSR and Starbucks.
Riding After Midnight: How turning off the daylight sharpens other senses behind bars. By Jonathan Wolan.
Fatpacking Bolivia: Bolivia is an incredible and extreme land. Where simple, everyday living is hard. At over 13,000 feet in altitude, breathing is often labored. And the riding is awesome. Words and photos by Cass Gilbert.
Funnies: Enjoy the latest from our ace cartoonists Julie Green, Henri Boulanger and Shawn Granton.
The Grind review: Jamis Renegade Elite, by Justin Steiner.
Parting Shot: Trek has added two new adventure touring models alongside its popular 520. Read our exclusive First Impressions here.
Plus: reviews from Rivendell, Velo Orange, Paul Components, Magellan, Porcelain Rocket and more!