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Pedalshift Beginners Series alum James Rosenberg checks in after his epic and successful 2018 ride across the United States on the TransAmerica Trail. We cover his favorite experiences, best and worst gear choices, and much more. Originally podcast September 13, 2018.저자 Tim Mooney
 
Part one on my two day trip from Hancock, MD to Paw Paw, WV and back, highlighting the Paw Paw Tunnel bypass trail. Housekeeping Reminder... new music! Brock Dittus - Most Important Thing Sunfields new album Late Bloomers available now Pedalshift Tour Journals: Paw Paw Tunnel Bypass - Part 1 A little background... the NPS is closing the tunnel... f…
 
The thrilling conclusion to our series scouting Pennsylvania Route S for a future tour! On this episode, we cover the section between Morgantown, PA and... well that would be telling. Housekeeping Reminder... new music! Brock Dittus - Most Important Thing Sunfields new album Late Bloomers available now Scouting Pennsylvania bike route S Part of the…
 
Continuing scouting Pennsylvania Route S for a future tour! On this episode, the third edition of four, we cover the section of south central PA between York and Morgantown. Housekeeping Reminder... new music! Brock Dittus - Most Important Thing Sunfields new album Late Bloomers drops 3/12 and the first track - Got Some (But it Ain't Enough) is ava…
 
If you’re going on a bike adventure, you’re usually confronted with a situation that requires a fix or an adjustment. On this episode of the Best of Pedalshift we explore tools you must bring, what you should bring, and maybe a few things you haven’t thought about. Originally podcast July 19, 2018.저자 Tim Mooney
 
Hey, it's still winter... so with snow on the ground and actual touring on hiatus for at least a few more weeks, why don't we continue scouting Pennsylvania Route S? On this episode, the second edition for four, we hit the road and scout the second day of the ride to New York between Chambersburg and York. Housekeeping Hey, new music! Brock Dittus …
 
You know how a few days into a tour you have a pannier full of rando things in no particular order? Welcome to the 233rd edition of the pod, then! Odds and ends, followups and a Black History Month recommendation with a bike touring twist! The All Rando Pannier Episode Odds and ends on my mind, inbcluding follow ups and a suggestion for some Black …
 
Detours and closures are a part of bike touring, but how do you handle it? On this edition, five things to think about on how to handle bike route detours and closures without losing your cool. Handling Bike Route Detours & Closures Whites Ferry - closed and both sides of the river are digging in Hwy 1 near Big Sur... washed out again... repairs li…
 
It only took 81 episodes to finally talk about bikepacking on Pedalshift… better late than never, right? On this best of episode, Rob Knapp joins us and chats about what it was like to pick up bikepacking as a racer and how that informs him in how he bikepacks when not trying to come in first. Originally podcast May 25, 2017.…
 
I'll admit, I've been bikepacking curious for awhile. As my touring continues to expand and evolve I'm thinking more about bikepacking options for 2021 and I thought I'd share the process on the pod. Join me, won't you? Exploring bikepacking options Evolving gear - what is touring and what is bikepacking? Does it matter? Expanding gear to suit tour…
 
A new year, a new bike route! On this episode, we hit the road and scout out a new bike touring route to see if it looks as good in person and it does on the screen. Scouting a new bike touring route Part of the route mentioned in Pedalshift 228 US Highway 11 and US Highway 30 Apologies for the rough audio in parts of this! Pedalshift Society As al…
 
After sitting with it a few weeks since my return from bicycling the Katy Trail, I shared my thoughts on everything about the ride… the heat, the rain, the trail surface, and much more. Where does the Katy Trail stand up to other tour routes in the US? I have some thoughts on that! Originally podcast June 28, 2018.…
 
On this episode, we continue a tradition like no other, a futile attempt to review the year in podcast form. And since no amount of fictional podcast elves or award shows can possibly out-2020 this year, we have special guests and friends of the show Brock Dittus and Aaron Flores of the Sprocket Podcast to help make sense of this year and the year …
 
It's the end of the season, but that doesn't mean we can't dream up new tours. In this edition, I open up my thought process and planning technique for a brand new tour I'm thinking about next year. Once upon a time Snake Plissken escaped from NY... my next tour turns the tables! More tour wishcasting - Escape to NY A potential spring 2021 tour to …
 
I tried to make the last tour of 2020 a sufferfest, but it turns out one last time on the C&O for the year was pretty festive. It's the final tour journal for a very oddball year! The Journal: One Last Time on the C&O for 2020 No shownotes, no stats, just me yammering away for 40 minutes on a bike tour. In other words, the usual!…
 
Every time I come across an eBike I wonder if you go touring on something like that? On this episode, I chat about my research on the topic! Gear Talk: Exploring eBike Touring First - I'm far from an expert on this. This picqued my interest in the spring of 2019 when I was riding the DC to Cinci route and I got SMOKED on the Ohio to Erie trail by a…
 
In the second of a two-parter, my trusty Brompton and I continue our transit-aided bicycle tour from Washington, DC to Astoria, Oregon. This week features a more-challenging-than-expected short mileage day, a visit to Kurt Cobain’s riverfront hangout, and a long bridge serving as a finish line. Originally podcast March 29, 2018.…
 
In the first of a two-parter, join me and my trusty Brompton for 4 days of transit-aided bicycle tour from Washington, DC to Seattle to the Olympic Peninsula and wrapping things up in Astoria, Oregon. Part one features the machinations of getting from DC to a tent in the shadows of the Olympic Mountains (if there were, y’know… sun) and the first ve…
 
It’s easy to get caught up in life and obsess over the things you don’t have, the experiences you’ve been unable to make or the relationships you’ve been unable to forge. While thinking about what you DON’T have may be easy… it’s important that you sit back every once and a while and appreciate the things you DO HAVE to be thankful for. Riding a bi…
 
Extending the Life of Your Touring Bike Housekeeping: Hey, people listen to this thing!? I'm told the last 30 days we ranked in a bunch of cool countries: Position 9 in the category Places & Travel (New Zealand) Position 12 in the category Places & Travel (Finland) Position 14 in the category Places & Travel (Slovenia) Position 18 in the category P…
 
Time is opening up a little bit for me for the next couple of months so I'm spending some time winter bike tour planning, one locally and exploring if there is a safe and responsible way to get a warm-weather location ride in January or February. The Journal: Winter Bike Tour Planning All Weather Ride? I might seek out cruddy weather. Last week's b…
 
Fall bike touring is my favorite kind of touring… just hopping on a bike, hearing the crunch of the leaves under the tires and enjoying the cool temperatures inside a warm tent. This episode I chat about my 2016 mini-tours on the C&O plus ideas for winter rides I still may tackle! Originally podcast October 14, 2016.…
 
You've got our bike, you know where you're going... the next biggest thing is what to bring and how to pack it! On this edition of the pod, my top five strategies for packing for a bike tour. Top-5 bike tour packing strategies 1 - You really want waterproof storage* 2 - Bike touring life is about balance 3 - Luxury item vs. too many clothes 4 - Pac…
 
My three day weekend tour was about to be washed out by the remnants of yet another hurricane rolling through the area. And since the C&O isn't exactly the best trail in a soaker, it was a good idea to reverse course and head back to my cabin. But would the tropical gusher wipe me out or would my "special" river crossing be impossible to traverse? …
 
They say you only live once and some people shorten that up to YOLO, turn that into a verb and make questionable decisions. Sometimes that's a pathway to adventure. And sometimes, it's a convenient excuse to do things you aren't supposed to. On my first day to complete a full ride of the C&O this year, I YOLO'd more than I typically YOLO. Filling i…
 
Kerry Gross wanted more stories of inspiring women. So, she decided to ride her bike from California to Maine in search of women who inspire others. Now she brings those stories to us via the Women Who Dare podcast, the story of Kerry’s 5,700-mile bike ride and the interviews with these remarkable women. Originally podcast April 26, 2018.…
 
A few weeks ago I set out to do some on-the-bike stealth camp scouting for a future tour of the Delmarva Peninsula. Is the eastern shore a good bet for some sneaky no-impact camping? plenty of opportunities, not all of them great further north may have more limited opportunity as a lot of the wooded areas are cleared for ag use May be a good option…
 
A chat with Mary McGowan — the Rebel Without a Car. She's a Delaware native now in South Carolina who went from a car-free bike commuter to bike tourist and has discovered a ton of adventure along the way. Upcoming Bikey Events Follow the Underground Railroad Ride... I'm in touch with the folks behind it and trying to get them on the show, but they…
 
Russ Roca joins the Pedalshift Project to talk about his work on The Path Less Pedaled and using photography, video and storytellng to advocate the joys of bicycle travel. Originally podcast March 1, 2018. Also be sure to check out our livestream over on Path Less Pedaled's YouTube channel live at 8pm 9/16/20 or catch the replay anytime.…
 
With our... shall we say... unusual touring season this year, a lot of folks haven't been able to have as much bike goodness in their life. And ordinarily, a cool bike film festival isn't plopping down in your living room. But 2020's edition of Filmed by Bike is! Ayleen Crotty joins us on this edition to chat all things bike fun, plus previews the …
 
Day 3 was sneakily the toughest of the 4x44 GAP Loop. Sure the hill wasn't as steep as day 1, but this one was the full 44 miles long. Would the heat get the best of me? Upcoming Bikey Events The 18th Annual Filmed by Bike is happening virtually this year September 10-13. I've wanted to check this out for years but could never coordinate my Portlan…
 
Day 2 was, at least on paper, the most chill of the 4 segments—all downhill and the coolest of the remaining days. But with an unexpected state of affairs in Ohiopyle, will my chill day become the most stressful of the tour? The GAP 4x44 Loop It seems hard to believe I hadn't bike toured on anything except the C&O in six months. SIX months! I love …
 
The GAP 4x44 Loop tour begins with some question marks about heat and hydration, and oh yeah... a 24 mile climb to the eastern continental divide. With no climbing in my bicycling since 2019, could I haul me and a fully loaded bike up that hill? It seems hard to believe I hadn't bike toured on anything except the C&O in six months. SIX months! I lo…
 
As I round the corner to my next tour of the Great Allegheny Passage, what are my biggest challenges? You know, other than the pandemic thing. The GAP 4x44 Loop tour preview has all the answers... Housekeeping Morning rides on the C&O and WMRT - not seeing a lot of signs of touring in Hancock and I mention this as a followup from last week's show..…
 
As we adjust to the new normal, can we bike tour safely and responsibly during a pandemic? On this episode, I share the thoughts of fellow listeners, a bike touring organization and my personal recommendations for bike touring during COVID times. News and housekeeping Stay tuned for my next tour at the end of the show! Kind of a spoiler alert since…
 
With my proper trail bike in the shop but a real need to get out for an overnight, I turned to a C&O newbie... my trusty 12" wheeled, very orange Brompton as my chariot to an urban(ish) stealth camping overnight. Would the trail chew up the Brompton? Would my orange gear prove too, well, orange for stealth camping? If you can't get your adventure b…
 
Concluding my western C&O loop adventure! Day 3 began with a chilly, rainy start. The loop had to be closed, but would anything other than rain and tunnels stand in my way? News and housekeeping Aaron Flores now holds the belt and is the winner of the Jun e 2020 draft. I came in a distant second, Guthrie third and Brock's peculiar tall bike tour, w…
 
In the summer of 2016, with one more big(ish) bike tour in my sights, it was prep time for an Oregon coast ride plus an extended bit of gear talk… what do I look for in the perfect bike touring tires and tents? Originally podcast July 21, 2016.저자 Tim Mooney
 
Continuing my western C&O loop adventure! On Day 2, I left the unique confines of Potomac Forks campground and looked to resupply in Cumberland and loop back. But would Cumberland offer me what I needed and would I get distracted from completing a full loop from where I began my day? News and housekeeping Hey, be sure to make your vote be heard! Ok…
 
Everyone's universe has shrunk a lot since the beginning of the pandemic, and nowhere has it hit home more for me than bicycle touring. I'm fortunate enough to have one of the country's crown jewel routes right around where I live. The first trip this year looped the eastern third near DC. This time, I roll out into the wilderness of the western th…
 
Six months since the defeat of Mysterious James in the inaugural Pedalshift Bicycle Tour Draft, we sweeten the pot with 3 new contestants from a certain show podcasting from The Land of Sunshine and Bunnies™ to vie for my title belt! I explain the rules at the top, and we kind of make it up as we go along, but the essence is each of us chooses piec…
 
Bicycle Touring Pro, Darren Alff, goes on the “Tell Me About Your Bike” podcast to discuss his first experiences with bicycle touring and the 1980’s Sierra Schwinn mountain bike he used to complete his first two long-distance bike tours across the United States of America. Be sure to subscribe to the “Tell Me About Your Bike” podcast for more enter…
 
Revisiting my never-released 2015 bike tour journal of the Erie Canal Trail through western and central NY with some perspective from 2020. In part three we wrap up the tour with some of the best riding of the entire trip, and a fantastically comical ending... all because I taunted the bike touring gods. News & Housekeeping Breaking news! Great new…
 
Revisiting my never-released 2015 bike tour journal of the Erie Canal Trail through western and central NY with some perspective from 2020. In part two we kick off actual trail riding in my hometown of Fairport and ride through the heat to my college town of Syracuse, NY. News & Housekeeping FsOTS Annalisa van den Burgh and Erik Dowds are back from…
 
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