3RR in Bicycle Traveler Magazine!

Hey everybody!  Sorry for the long radio silence.   I promise it will only be a few more days (or weeks at most) until I get off my bum and put together a piece or two about these last four (?!!?) months in India.  

If you’re in the mood to hear my excuses, well, I’m going to blame this long period of internet inactivity on an equally long period of real world actual activity: I’ve been busy helping to manage the Dharmalaya Institute for Compassionate Living , a natural building / permaculture / sustainable living / Dharma-in-action project on a mountaintop in the Himalayan foothills.  But more about that later. 

For the moment, to hold you over, I hereby present you with: a couple of my oldie-but-goodies, newly picked- and spruced-up by Bicycle Traveler magazine.   Head on over to their site (or just click here) for a free download of the 10th issue. 

 

Bicycle Traveler issue 1021

The newest issue contains two pieces of mine: “The Art of Jugarh: one part DIY, one part WTF,” my homage to all those little fixes that make a big difference, and a short little blurb about riding in Sikkim, one of India’s toughest and most secluded states. 

 

 

Bicycle Traveler issue 10

 

Check out the whole issue for some incredible photography and great storytelling from my cyclist compatriots.   Some of these people are even crazier than I am. 

 

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