Russ and Laura from Path Less Pedaled take out a Kona x Swift Adventure Co rental bike to the San Juan Islands outside of Seattle to ride and paint the landscape with water color artist Chris McNally.
If you’re intrigued by Crust Bike’s lineup, particularly the Bombora, then check out this review from Path Less Pedaled.
The Pec Deck is a mini “rack” designed by Ultra Romance and Hubert from Madrean‘s brainchild. It’s a simple strip of tubing mated to Nitto rack supports, keeping the Fab’s Chest off your tire. Check it out as Path Less Pedaled reviews this setup on a Crust Bikes Bombera.
Path Less Pedaled tackles one of the most debated word pronunciations in the cyclotourist’s dictionary, pannier…
In their latest Vlog, Path Less Pedaled asks a question we get here at the Radavist a lot; are custom bikes worth it? After watching this video, what do you think? Feel free to ask any questions you might have in the comments and we’ll answer them the best to our abilities.
Path Less Pedaled looks at some popular gravel bike models and breaks down the pros and cons of each in an informative video aimed at making the selection process easy for a new bike.
You’ve seen our photo documentation from the Chris King Open House and the bikes from the show, now here’s Path Less Pedaled’s recap video!
In the latest video from PLP, they take on the Ochoco Overlander, a semi-supported bikepacking ride in the mountains near Prineville, Oregon.
PLP takes a look inside Golden Pliers and Makeshifter Bags in their latest video. Don’t miss our Shop Visit of Golden Plier and Makeshifter Bags if you haven’t seen it yet.
While I was shooting photos at Breadwinner, Russ from Path Less Pedaled showed up to do their shop visit video, which is very informative, so check it out!
Cargo trailers can add a great deal of cargo capacity to any cycling activity, including bike fishing, as Path Less Pedaled examines in one of their video reviews.
What else can I say? Path Less Pedaled takes a look at what makes Sklar Bikes tick. Also, I’m stoked to be in Bozeman this week!
Interested in the All-City Gorilla Monsoon? Well, Path Less Pedaled takes a look at the latest bike from the Minneapolis-based brand.
Jay Ritchey, son of Tom Ritchey, has both worked for his father, Tom, and for Rivendell over the years. He’s also a filmmaker with a love for bikepacking. Check out the latest PLP Talks for some inside information on what makes Jay tick.
Randi Jo Fab makes some of the nicest bags in the market. Their collaboration with Hunter Cycles at the 2016 NAHBS is one of my all-time favorite builds. In the latest PLP Interviews, Russ sits down with Randi to discuss the ins and outs of bag making.
If you’ve ever wondered about the nitty gritty details of all things Kyle Kelley and GSC, now’s your chance to dive right in with Path Less Pedaled on their latest interview.