While many of the sites and vistas here are fairly well known, we will not be providing names and furthering keywording the area for the Internets. We encourage you to find a Canyonlands map, a cup of tea, and a good reading lamp and enjoy letting your mind wander the nooks, grottos, bends, and spires on the map unfolded before you.
“Smokey” is the ninth layout of the Radavist 2021 Calendar. It was shot with a Sony A9ii and the Sony 70-200 f2.8 GM lens outside of Moab, Utah.
“After our San Juan Huts trip, we went to a favorite overlook to find the landscape altered by the smoke from the West American fires…”
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The mobile background this month is also from the same tour. Click here to download September’s Mobile Wallpaper.
Here’s a sentence that’s sure to resonate: It’s been over a year since I booked a flight and the idea of taking a trip was just a little scary. The last time I’d flown was another bike trip with my partner Cameron and close friend Yuhnke. Our flight back from the Baja Divide had been delayed due to airport shutdowns on the dawn of the pandemic.
While we understand the competitive nature of bikepacking races and fastest-known time attempts and records, we still love the chiller pace of bicycle touring and a different kind of FKT. Kody and company clearly set the record for the Funnest Known Time on the White Rim!
Check out a few stills from this video below.
Follow along as Mike Hopkins takes us on a not-so-typical gravel ride…