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A Wheelman’s Passing: The Saga of Frank G. Lenz


Story by David V. Herlihy Photos Courtesy of David Herlihy Sandpoint, Idaho. September 14, 1892. It was a scene that would become standard fare in Westerns produced a half-century later: a dusty stranger rides into a small town at dusk, descends from his mount, and saunters into the main hotel, while the murmuring locals crane their necks for a view of ... Read More »

Autumn Bike Rides: Pedaling without the Gore-Tex


Story and photos by Mike McQuaide “But tomorrow may rain, so I’ll follow the sun” – Lennon & McCartney Depending on when you read this, that rude saucy lass named Autumn is here or on her way. And with her, she bears gifts of spit-in-your-face rain, mud by the bucket load and gloom-filled skies of perpetual gray. As an avid ... Read More »

Dodging Turkeys: Mike McQuaide Interviews Himself


Story and photos by Mike McQuaide With thousands of miles of snaking tarmac that winds, wends, climbs and descends through some of the country’s most stunning and varied terrain – alpine meadows to jewel-like islands; arid desert to lush rain forest – Washington State is truly an amazing place to ride a bike. And now Mountaineers Books of Seattle has ... Read More »

(Biking) Life begins at 60: An Unlikely Love Story


story by CHUCK ROBINSON  | “Life begins at forty and I’m just living all over again.” That’s what the song says, but of course, sixty is the new forty and that’s when I began living my life—my biking life—all over again. Way back on my seventh birthday when I lived in a small Illinois farm town, my parents told me ... Read More »