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We arrived in the Yukon today and headed northwest on the Alaska Highway. It was a beautiful day. Since we left Prince George, it’s been very green and thankfully no

Leaving Meziadin Junction this morning, we headed north on Hwy 37. The road was very rough in sections and will make for some challenging cycling conditions on our return trip.

What an amazing journey from start to finish! So many people to thank. Each and every day there were so many people who cheered us on over the 7804 km

[vimeo 158994695 w=500 h=281] Cycling4water 2014 montage English on Vimeo. Music: “Winjammer” by Podington Bear Photos: Jacquie Bird, Peter Koteles, Rob Montgomery, Mike Woodard Montage: Rob Montgomery

As you can imagine, cycling across Canada gives the opportunity to encounter hills, lots of them! There were some long uphill grades that were really difficult! At times, wind and

Drafting is a strategy where two or more cyclists line up in such a way as to provide a greater efficiency in the ride. The lead cyclist provides an air

On the flight home the guy next to me asked, “How are you going to decompress from this experience?” I had not really thought about it. Now I’m realizing what

The “Cruise” to Nova Scotia, Sydney Terminal from Newfoundland docked at about 9:30 am. Timo and I had a beautiful sunny day to drive into Halifax to return the RV.