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Hello, Adventure Journal here. Nice to meet you. Printed four times a year in March, June, September, and December. Inside, you’ll discover: - Columns such as All Things Bike, Camp Notes, Historical Badass, Overlandia, Reader Poll and Weekend Cabin - Categories such as Blog, Essays, Gear, News + Issues, People + Culture, Recommended Reading and Videos
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The incredible community of ski lifts, a happier and simpler way to live, the bonkers pursuit of guiding the top of New England in winter, when rivers and rapids return from the dead, historical badass Craig Kelly, Mammoth's mammoth winter, and more.
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The 4th edition of the Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair is updated with the latest information, procedures and techniques and covers everything from minor adjustments to complete overhauls. - The perfect reference guide for nearly any level mechanic and every bike - Features clear, step-by-step instructions, high quality color photos and useful charts and graphs to thoroughly explain and demonstrate hundreds of repairs - Written by one of the world’s leading authorities on bicycle repair and maintenance, Park Tool Director of Education, Calvin Jones
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Autumn/Winter 2023 Features: 4 Paris-Brest-Paris 2023 33 PBP in 44 Hours (Robert Demilly) 38 René Herse Mysteries 45 A Unique René Herse Flyer 46 Rene Herse Frame in the Raw 50 Volcano High Pass SR600 (A. Brey, J. Nadeau, T. Turner) 86 Japan North to South (Futo Togashi) 104 Icon: Ad-Hoc Pump Reviews: 66 Bike Test: Lauf Seigla 84 Why the Lauf Seigla is the Way it is (B. Skulason) Tech: 94 Wide vs Narrow Tires Through the Ages 92 A Custom Cyclotouring Bike for an 11-Year-Old Rider 98 Project: Airplane Rinko News: 102 Federico Bahamontès (1928-2023)
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Cycling is about the closest thing to a silver bullet that policymakers around the world have to improve life in cities especially, but everywhere. People choosing to cycle saves space on roads that are otherwise congested with motor vehicles. Cycling causes no pollution, save for the initial manufacturing impact. When people cycle, they become fitter and less vulnerable to the diseases and problems of sedentary lifestyles, which has the knock-on effect of reducing the financial burden on health services. There’s a good argument that cycling to work instead of driving or using public transport is good for mental health (it also gets you there bang on time, and more alert). Cycling is way cheaper than driving. Cars kill and injure thousands of people every year, while in the United Kingdom, for example, cyclists are responsible for hardly any serious accidents. Cities and towns that promote active travel are quieter, more pleasant places. These are only the most obvious positive effects of cycling. Politicians in forward-thinking countries like the Netherlands, France and Denmark have realised this and have been promoting active travel, building infrastructure and making their towns and cities work better as a result. We’re celebrating cycling’s ability to make the world a much better place in this edition of Rouleur. What’s in the magazine? Elisa Longo Borghini Zoom calls and chats in hotel lobbies will never compare to interviewing riders in real life, getting to know them, their quirks, loves and hates... Better still is taking them out of their comfort zone, away from races and Lycra. Going up the London Eye with Lidl-Trek’s Elisa Longo Borghini (plus special guests) was not on Rachel Jary’s 2023 bingo card, but she dutifully obliged the Italian rider’s request at Rouleur Live last year. While admiring the view, she found out about Longo Borghini’s quintessentially Italian upbringing and the humble start she had to her racing career, while also getting an insight into how she achieved her Roubaix, Flanders and Strade Bianche wins. Guillaume Martin It’s obvious that nothing was going to go as planned for this expedition in Portugal, which Ryan Le Garrec started by waking up in a fishing village with a huge hangover. The intention of the trip was never a story anyways. The purpose was just to hang out with friends. On the road and despite 50 miles of a banging headache, Ryan collected glimpses of memories, jokes, anecdotes and feelings dovetailing together and slotting into one another with the random logic and poetry that only big rides can inspire. It’s a story of friendship above all but also the need to ride, a bit, then maybe a bit more, and very often too much and definitely forever. Rod Weiller and other heroes It’s obvious that nothing was going to go as planned for this expedition in Portugal, which Ryan Le Garrec started by waking up in a fishing village with a huge hangover. The intention of the trip was never a story anyways. The purpose was just to hang out with friends. On the road and despite 50 miles of a banging headache, Ryan collected glimpses of memories, jokes, anecdotes and feelings dovetailing together and slotting into one another with the random logic and poetry that only big rides can inspire. It’s a story of friendship above all but also the need to ride, a bit, then maybe a bit more, and very often too much and definitely forever. And more... The magazine also features an exclusive interview with Vuelta a España and Giro d’Italia winner Primož Roglic; Herbie Sykes also spends some time with the Italian Continental outfit Mg.K Vis to see how things really work in the lower divisions; Edward Pickering spends the day with Sarah Storey, Great Britain's most successful Paralympian who is also the Active Travel Commissioner for Greater Manchester; James Startt speaks to cyclists in Paris; Gaia Realini faces Rouleur’s question time; Laura Laker speaks about how cycling can change the world from increased lifespans, safer neighbourhoods to reduction in pollution levels; plus Discocyclo, Verona with Rolling Dreamers, art cycle, Kenya’s Maasai Mara, Wilier, Ribble, Pinarello, Orla, Ned and much, much more.
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At the intersection of adventure, sport, and creativity; HiHeyHello is a print magazine celebrating women’s outdoor culture. A new era of women are adventuring outside with a fresh attitude, new style, and the desire for increased inclusion and accessibility. No longer are we adhering to or tolerating outdated stereotypes of who and how we belong in the outdoors. The content includes adventure stories, profiles, coverage of food, gear, art, environmental & social issues, and outdoor culture. It covers outdoor experiences ranging from surfing to rock-climbing, snowboarding to bike-packing, mountaineering to backyard-hikes and everything in between. Issue 006: The amazing covershot was created by a talented photographer, Jo Savage, who also shared a gallery of some of her favorite images. Stories in this issue include an interview with Seattle-based style icon, adventurer, and owner of Glasswing, Alisa Furoyama. She talks fashion, riding dirt bikes down the Baja Peninsula, and the importance of community. East coast diver, Chloe Ellison, shares the underwater wonder of the North Atlantic. Other features include an interview with Katie Burell, the funniest woman in the outdoors as well as Miranda Oakley, a professional climber who is recalibrating her life during a pregnancy and soon-to-be-title of mother. We also catch up with Lola Mignot and Karina Ozunko, two long boarders whose wanderlust keeps them traveling the globe in search of waves along with many others. Cover photographed by Jo Savage
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