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Riding The Continental Divide By RawHyde Adventures
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This book is a collection of photos from RawHyde's Continental Divide Ride. This book is broken into two sections, the first being a day to day photo itinerary showing the landscapes that form the... More > Continental Divide trail, and The second half of the book gives you a glimpse into life on the road during one of RawHyde’s tours. Enjoy.< Less
The Cordillera Volume 1 By Eric Bruntjen
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The Cordillera is the literary journal of Divide Racing. Between these pages you will find stories of competition, drama and humor that can only come from The Divide: A racecourse stretching from... More > border to border, from desert to mountain and heart to heart. You will ride along with determined athletes as they negotiate snow covered peaks in the Rockies and an alkaline wasteland across the Great Basin. You will meet an artist who questions his own life in New Mexico, a young racer dealing with poor decisions in Montana and a gifted female rider who discovers hidden joy on the Fourth of July. You will be treated to the long and sometimes tragic history of bicycles on The Divide and so much more. These are the stories of The Divide and the people who race there. All proceeds from this volume go to benefit the Adventure Cycling Association.< Less
The Cordillera Volume 1 By Eric Bruntjen
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(3 Ratings)
The Cordillera is the literary journal of Divide Racing. Between these pages you will find stories of competition, drama and humor that can only come from The Divide: A racecourse stretching from... More > border to border, from desert to mountain and heart to heart. You will ride along with determined athletes as they negotiate snow covered peaks in the Rockies and an alkaline wasteland across the Great Basin. You will meet an artist who questions his own life in New Mexico, a young racer dealing with poor decisions in Montana and a gifted female rider who discovers hidden joy on the Fourth of July. You will be treated to the long and sometimes tragic history of bicycles on The Divide and so much more. These are the stories of The Divide and the people who race there. All proceeds from this volume go to benefit the Adventure Cycling Association.< Less
Trail Magic and the Art of Soft Pedaling By Scott Thigpen
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Known as one of the toughest races in the world, the Tour Divide is an unsupported off-road event. If your tire is flat, you fix it. If you run out of water, you must find more. If you’re... More > caught in the middle of nowhere, exhausted and blurry-eyed? Find a spot to nap amidst nature and try not to bother the Grizzlies. Starting from zero, Scott trained for two years while maintaining a busy family life, a freelance career illustrating for the Wall Street Journal and The Atlanta Journal Constitution, and a teaching gig at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Scott was preparing for the ride of his life. In June of 2013, he climbed on that bicycle again, this time to race against 167 other people from all over the world on a trek that would take him from Canada to Mexico in 22 days. Captured through Scott’s vivid words and wondrous illustrations, this is the tale of one man’s quest to break free of the typical life and conquer his wildest dream.< Less
Trail Magic and the Art of Soft Pedaling By Scott Thigpen
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Known as one of the toughest races in the world, the Tour Divide is an unsupported off-road event. If your tire is flat, you fix it. If you run out of water, you must find more. If you’re... More > caught in the middle of nowhere, exhausted and blurry-eyed? Find a spot to nap amidst nature and try not to bother the Grizzlies. Starting from zero, Scott trained for two years while maintaining a busy family life, a freelance career illustrating for the Wall Street Journal and The Atlanta Journal Constitution, and a teaching gig at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Scott was preparing for the ride of his life. In June of 2013, he climbed on that bicycle again, this time to race against 167 other people from all over the world on a trek that would take him from Canada to Mexico in 22 days. Captured through Scott’s vivid words and wondrous illustrations, this is the tale of one man’s quest to break free of the typical life and conquer his wildest dream.< Less