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April 9, 2016

Gear review: Henessey Hammock Asym Zip

About a year and a half ago, I was in Portland and REI had a sale on Hammocks. I was in the middle of my Tour of America’s and was tempted by gear lust and really wanted to try a… Continue Reading →

Gear Review: Busch & Muller Toplight Tail light

I’ve had my B&M tail light for nearly 5 years now. I’ve used them while commuting to work on a regular basis and when I started touring, It has been a faithful companion on a 6 month tour of SE… Continue Reading →

Gear review: Busch & Muller Lumotec IQ Dynamo Head light:

B&M makes a shit ton of products, It takes a while to understand the nomenclature and figure out the differences between each of them. The one I have (can’t remember the actual name), has a light sensor, stand light and… Continue Reading →

Gear Repair: Silver shifters disassembly

I found some used silver shifters along my route, I believe in Bike Newport. A pretty sweet Bike shop on the Oregon coast and pretty much a “Must Visit” spot for touring cyclists on the Coast. Of course the fellers… Continue Reading →

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