Peak to Peak Highway

 This was a quick two-night ride, north to south, on the Peak to Peak Highway, Estes Park to Evergreen. Ideally this would be ridden in late summer or early fall to take advantage of warm weather or changing colors.

Sources of Inspiration: Fat Bikes & Canyon Country

During the fall of 2013 I spent a lot of time in the canyon country of Utah. From leading groups down tight, dirty, wet slot canyons to bikepacking across desert mesas and ridgelines, it seemed that every weekend I found myself exploring and experiencing the many wonders of this brutal yet amazingly beautiful country. As the fall progressed I would returnhome to my mountain town thinking about possibilities. An idea was beginning to take shape…

California Winter Overnight

What do you do when it's warm and sunny in January?

My Winter Fat Bike Respite and Winter Touring Tips

For the whole month of February, we're celebrating winter bike touring and commuting with a host of blog posts, photos, and how-to tips. Share your photos and stories of your winter adventures with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using the hashtag, #fatbikefeb!

Or, submit your own story to bikeovernights.org!

Piccadilly to Piccadilly: An Off-Road Odyssey Down England's Backbone

Cycle tours need to grab your imagination right from moment they pop into your head. It was like that in 2012 when I decided to cycle across the USA. This time it was about cycling between two destinations I often do by train, with the added bonus of being almost entirely off road.

Oregon's Glorious Columbia Gorge

Now the mighty Columbia River, which separates Oregon and Washington in the spectacular Columbia River Gorge, is a path for a great overnight bike trip.

2 Days on 2 Wheels: Vancouver, B.C.

Vancouver is one crazy bicycle riding town (weather permitting). It is also a foodie’s paradise, rain or shine, surf or turf. When traveling it is our standard procedure to book the longest city bike tour available in whatever city we happen to be in for whatever reason we happen to be there. We like bikes, we like to ride bikes, and this helps us get the lay of the land. Ride a good city tour and you usually end up with more local knowledge than most natives have.