Bicycle Times Issue #37 is here!

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On the cover

Justin Steiner and Emily Walley explore the Allegheny National Forest in Pennsylvania aboard the new Salsa Powderkeg tandem mountain bike.

 

Features

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Love Ascends

A challenging bike tour brings a couple closer together. By Adam Perry.

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Life’s a Beach

How fat biking on the Oregon Coast is opening up new places to explore and new business opportunities. By Adam Newman.

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Touring for Two

Justin and Emily take their first trip aboard a tandem on a backcountry bike tour along forest roads and singletrack. By Justin Steiner and Emily Walley.

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Helmetography

One Portland bike commuter set her helmet camera to automatically snap an image every three seconds to capture life in the bike path. By Aixe Djelal.

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Pack it in, Pack it out

Why cyclists, like all outdoors lovers, should learn and follow the seven principles of Leave No Trace. By Ben Lawton.

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Opinion

Plug in or tune it out. If you don’t want to ride an e-bike, that’s fine, but you don’t need to be a jerk about it. By Anna Schwinn.

 

Provisions

Five bikes perfect for your next adventure, plus some great accessories reviewed:

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  • Salsa Powderkeg
  • Trek 920
  • Traitor Slot
  • Raleigh Grand Prix
  • Chumba Ursa

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Plus!

Six tips for better eating on your next bike tour, from┬áTara Alan, author of “Bike. Camp. Cook.”

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