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Mount Diablo Eclipse Overnight

With clear skies and dark nights, Mount Diablo is a skywatching destination. Just beware the trash pandas. Continue reading

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Sierra Backroads to Quincy

Ninety miles is practically next door when you’re in the mountains, right? Continue reading

Henry Coe Wildflower Overnight

Wildflowers and single track, it doesn’t get any better than this! Continue reading

Dirty Overnight: Black Diamond Mines

Who but an elementary school teacher would convince a buncha hooligans to ride their bikes on dirt and sleep under the stars? Gathering packs of forty or fifty bikecampers, Adam Moss’ adventure rides are legend. This spring the word went around. We’re heading to Black Diamond Mines, a steep and hilly reserve of cow pasture and remnant oak woodland … Continue reading

The Long Way: Russian River Redwoods Back to the Bay

If you’re meandering, the Russian River lies 100 miles north of San Francisco — an ambitious but not uncomfortable distance for taking the long way home.
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Sea Roads: Tomales Bay Bike and Kayak Overnight

A moonless night in late-summer is the best time to find bioluminescence in Tomales Bay. A bike and a kayak will get you there. Continue reading

Postcard: Fogbound in Marin

Off-pavement riding through fog in the coastal headlands of Marin. Continue reading

Forgive me bike-gods for I have sinned.

It’s been three months and one concussion since I’ve gone mountain biking. Continue reading

Bikes, Beers and Bavarian Hospitality at the German Tourist Club

With a collection of beers on tap, the German Tourist Club is the preferred destination for thirsty Marin Headlands hikers. It is also fast becoming my favorite weekend bike-camping destination. Continue reading

Beer Can Stove Update: Oatmeal!

I field tested — or rather, macgyvered — my way through breakfast at the famed German Tourist Club in the Marin Headlands! Continue reading

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