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The Forger of Bicycle Art

Meet Philippe LeBlonde, we arrived to his house thanks to warmshowers.org, we actually arrived by car, by the ride that Mike had given us. When we arrived he was in his garden eating with his neighbors and having a drink, he of course invited us to join. he does not define […]

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Marc Le Blanc His Bus and His House
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Cycling the Icefields Parkway: Winter in August

Deutsche Version hier: Icefields Parkway per Fahrrad Cycling the Icefields Parkway: Winter in August Country: Canada From Jasper to Lake Louise Lesson learned: 64 km/h are fun! Laughed about: Reverse zoo: People inside the fence, bears outside Most wonderful miracle: Building a snow bear Greatest challenge: Nope, nothing really Days on the […]

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Early morning views onto the Waterfowls Lake Icefields Parkway on a bicycle Icefields Parkway by bicycle Building a snow bear Mountain goat on the Wilcox Trail Athabasca Falls
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I think it’s clearing up: Roadtripping Yukon and cycling the Yellowhead Highway

Deutsche Version: Roadtrip durch den Yukon und Yellowhead Highway per Fahrrad Version española: Nuestro gran viaje en carro I think it’s clearing up: Roadtripping Yukon and cycling the Yellowhead Highway Country: Canada From Inuvik to Jasper Lesson learned: Canada is huge Laughed about: Mike’s rain spell Most wonderful miracle: Fishing grizzlies Greatest challenge: […]

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Bear proof food containers DSCN0228 igloo dan and kat DSCN0481 How NOT to approach a bear Keno’s signpost
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Cycling the Dempster Highway Part 2: Canada’s Arctic by bike

Cycling the Dempster Highway Part 2: Canada’s Arctic by bike Country: Yukon and NWT, Canada From Eagle Plains to Inuvik Lesson learned: Don’t trust any elevation profile Laughed about: Fresh pizza in the tundra near the polar circle Most wonderful miracle: Angel Martin Greatest challenge: A nine-hour day Days on the bike: […]

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Wechsel Tent in the wind Very muddy bicycle We cycled the Dempster Highway! Dempster Highway Cycling the Dempster 98 percent Deet
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Cycling the Dempster Highway Part 1: Hungrier than the bears

Blog auf deutsch: Dempster Highway per Fahrrad Teil 1 Missed the last blog entry? Here it comes: Cycling the Top of the World Highway and Taylor Highway Cycling the Dempster Highway Part 1: Hungrier than the bears Country: Yukon, Canada From Dawson City to Eagle Plains Lesson learned: Three liters of water […]

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The water factory in Engineer Creek DSCN9553 Camouflage truck Fire in the fireplace The views down after the North Fork Pass Dempster profile by bike
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Dawson City: The Golden City

Vancouver, Canada, September 2015 It was the center of the Klondike Gold Rush, that began in 1986 and ended three years later 1899. It was the capital of the Yukon, until the Alaska Highway was built and that honor was passed on to Whitehorse a city about 500km south of […]

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Inside the West Gold Panning Fun at the Westminster Ice Cream Shop Martin and his motorbike Klondike Everything
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Cycling the Top of the World Highway and Taylor Highway

Deutsche Version hier: Taylor Highway und Top of the World Highway per Fahrrad Cycling the Top of the World Highway and Taylor Highway Country: Alaska, USA and Yukon, Canada From Tok to Dawson City Lesson learned: Don’t let the Chicken Campground fool you! Laughed about: The reason why chicken is called chicken […]

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DSCN9306 DSCN9434 DSCN9303 Chicken Downtown DSCN9302 Car cemetery in Boundary, Alaska
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Cycling Alaska: Cycling the Tok Cutoff

Cycling Alaska: Cycling the Tok Cutoff Country: Alaska, USA From just before the Eureka Summit to Tok Lesson learned: Please people, NEVER EVER fool a hungry cyclist in the matter of food. Laughed about: The fake moose call Most wonderful miracle: Our angels Deena and Sasha Greatest challenge: Cash Days on the […]

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Grizzly Country Store in Alaska DSCN8996 Picnic spots were rare but very scenic at the Tok Cutoff “The Hub of Alaska” Outhouse at the Grizzly Country Store, Glenn Highway, Alaska Endless spruce
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