Cycling the Redwoods requires strength, stamina and most of all, fearless fortitude! These roads around Jedediah Smith, Mill Creek, Elk Prairie parks are stunning roads with massive towering trees pressing into the sides. The highway itself whips and curves, dips and dives between the giants, built to be a road to be savored, a road […]
Oregon has always been a bit ahead of its time. It was one of the first states to require bottle deposits, recycling and construction of bike lanes with new road construction. It is a great state for road touring. There are many rides and bike trails specifically set aside for riders and the Oregon Parks […]
For me, biking provides a time to clear my head. There is something about your legs and hands being engaged, rolling down the road, while your mind is free to process thoughts. I know many others feel this same way. Some of my very best poetry and ideas have come to me while on a […]
You may not realize the editor reviews in a magazine are typically paid product placement. BikeSmarts.com actually chose to review our Firefly Grips!
Sometimes when I see pictures like this I get really depressed. As both a sailor, scuba diver and bicyclist, I “see” a lot of the world. When you are on a bike cycling down a road or sailing into port, you are able to see trash and garbage along the road or washed ashore around […]
Bike Smarts recently reviewed the Challenger Mountain Bike Saddle and try to decide – is the Challenger the Most Comfortable Mountain Bike Saddle Ever?
KIVITV’s Jillian Garrigues decided to run a story on RideOut for a couple of reasons…
The Idaho Statesman recently reviewed the Challenger Mountain Bike Seat on their website…
OutdoorsNW Editor John “Raz” Rezell recently reviewed the Ride Out Tech Challenger Mountain Bike Saddle…
I spilt my time between Idaho, Montana and a sailboat in the Caribbean. Each “home” has at least one or two bikes. On the sailboat is a folding bike I use while in port for trips to explore the island or bring back groceries. However, the roads of the Caribbean island are often narrow shoulder-less […]