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Italy Calls Part 3

By Karen Wilson Here I go again reliving my call to Italy. This blog will take you along the final stretch from the heel of the boot in Puglia to Umbria, which is smack center and the only region not bordering the sea or another country. I had to download 3 separate maps, but when

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3 Rules I live by

By Collin Daulong There is more to a bike ride than just hopping on your bike and going out. There are pre-ride & post-ride rituals, mid-ride stops, you can have a whole social network attached to them and much more. Over the years I have gone on a lot of bike rides and tried a

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Kingdom Experiences, Mountain Bike Skill Camps and Tours in Vermont

Don’t fail yourself

By: Collin Daulong Recently I was riding at one of my local favorites in CT, Huntington State Park. This place is rocky, pretty flat and lacks flow; the anti-environment of where my hardtail is at home. I love riding there because it opens up a lot of challenges to an xc hardtail race bike (compared

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Italy Calls: Part 2

An early winter has settled in Vermont, sitting by the fire my mind drifts back to spring in Italy: In my last blog I left off in Agerola getting ready to make the trek across southern Italy to the east coast. I had spent quite a few hours viewing maps and reading about towns along

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The Nuances of Bike Travel

By: Quinn Campbell I squeezed my truck between the trees. Peering past a rain streaked windshield and frantic wiper blades, I looked up at the canopy of evergreen bows which I hoped would shelter my home on wheels from the steadily falling rain. Shifting into park with a sigh, I listed to raindrops, undeterred by

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2018 KT Retrospective and planning for the 2nd Annual KT 100K & 50K

There are not many places in North America where you can link up 75 miles of nearly continuous, pristinely made and maintained singletrack, but Kingdom Trails is one of them. Situated in the bucolic countryside of northern Vermont, Kingdom Trails was created out of passion but sustained and grown by necessity to balance a dying

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