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BACK IN TIME ON THE Pearl Pass Klunker Tour At its peak, the annual Pearl Pass klunker tour from Crested Butte to Aspen, Colo., would attract up to 400 riders. It served as both a social gathering of Marin County, Calif., mountain bike pioneers and adventurous Crested Butte cyclists. Turns out, riding old heavy Schwinns in places they were never meant to be has as much appeal today as it did back then. THE FOODLESS ODYSSEY What does it take to eat well in this world—to eat healthy, real food not pumped with hormones, wrapped in plastic and shipped around the globe? A hearty foursome sets out on an eight-day bicycle trip on Haida Gwaii’s Graham Island to find out what it takes to survive off only what they can hunt and gather from the earth. ALONG THE ARIZONA TRAIL: THE WEST’S WATER CRISIS Whitton Feer and Ian Catto believe that in order to fully understand the Western U.S. water crisis and public lands management, they must experience it, intimately, for themselves. TED WOJCIK AND THE SOUL OF A BIKE Plaistow, New Hampshire, framebuilder Ted Wojcik cut his teeth working on the railroad, repairing jet engines and brazing motorcycles before he found his calling building bike frames.

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