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Pedaling the Planet: A Story from Kapp to Cape

by Christine Fonner | November 6, 2014 Reza Pakravan finished the Kapp to Cape cycling adventure in November 2013. Currently working on a book to tell the adventure, I caught up with Reza to ask him about what it is like to ride the length of the planet. Literally. With his partner, Steven Pawley, Reza […]

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Mountain Biker to Moto Head

Jason Fenton | November 9, 2014 My name is J. I am a trail builder and bike shop owner. I have been immersed from head to toe in the bicycle world for 30 years. This is a story about how I fell in love with a different kind of bike, an orange bike from Austria […]

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Becoming a Minimalist: A How-To Guide

By Christine Fonner | December 4, 2013 My dad had this habit of calling me Imelda Marcos growing up. I had a thing for shoes. And handbags. And cute jackets. I converted a bedroom into a big closet and I filled it up. After four years of living to work rather than working to live, I had […]

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Snow in the Adirondacks

by Brian Wittmer | November 12, 2013 Yesterday morning, while I was stacking wood for my father, I was feeling rather glum. My father just had hernia surgery so it is up to me to get the firewood this year. Add this to working my butt off day in and day out to make some […]

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Unchained Cyclist: Adventures with Geoff Harper

by Christine Perigen | October 18, 2013 Geoff Harper is one of those adventurers that feeds off the challenge of the adventure itself. Traveling can be overwhelming for some people. Not for Geoff. In fact, he goes out of his way to find the more difficult ways to experience a new land. Like traversing Iceland’s South […]

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Trans Iowa V9: Sunrise, Sunset, Sunrise

Paul LaCava | May 17th, 2013 Trying to digest and document the feelings and emotions of the following story and put them into words are hard. I am still sorting them out, and re-living the experience in my head, but taken outside of the element and delusional state of mind when they came about, certain […]

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A Long Road to the Start!

Paul LaCava | April 16, 2013 Hey there! It’s been a while. Sort of fell off the deep end and got lost somewhere along the way, but the last two months have been a handful! Definitely one of life’s biggest balancing acts. Isn’t is always this way? The last two months have been a long […]

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Vagabond on a Bike: Keepin’ it Real with Drew Edsall

 by Christine Perigen | January 16, 2013 Drew Edsall is an understated guy that should be over-stated. He works hard at being good at what he does and it makes him really good at stuff. Drew has incredible work ethic and for every race he’s won he’s spent ten times as long preparing for it. From […]

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Emma Frisch: In the Kitchen and on the Peaks

by Christine Perigen | January 16, 2013 Emma Frisch’s joy is contagious. Her big smile jumps through the phone and makes you think about her delicious cupcakes and the good work she’s doing through her organization, PEAKS. Just married and having just attended her twin sister’s wedding in the same year, Emma’s had a lot of […]

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Living on Wheels: Our Sprinter & Airstream Stories

Our series of short videos from the Roam Life Crew where we highlight the build out and live in of our Mercedes Sprinter Van and our Airstream Sport. Episode #2: The Remodel Episode #1: The Build Out Interested in advertising with us? Contact us for more information. [flagallery gid=6 name=Gallery]

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