The Bikepacking Journal - Issue 04
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The fourth issue of The Bikepacking Journal hit our Bikepacking Collective members’ mailboxes around the world during the height of global COVID-19 lockdowns in late spring 2020, just as most of us were needing a bit of escape more than ever. Given the many ways life was disrupted by the onset of the pandemic, we were thrilled to be able to deliver it to our supporters as a small contribution to helping maintain some sense of normalcy.

The diverse compilation of writing and photography we presented within the 160 pages of The Bikepacking Journal 04 explored a fascinating range of themes, from hair-raising tales of perseverance, to stories of lighthearted misadventure, to meditations on culture and politics. As always, we hope this issue left readers dreaming up trips to come and discovering new meaning from past experiences.

STORIES IN ISSUE 04:
  • And Atlas Shrugged When things fall apart by RJ Sauer and Lian van Leeuwen. Morocco
  • The Apolo Mission The forgotten cordillera by Mark Watson. Bolivia
  • Bikepushing Hike-a-biking the Himalayas by Jess Guatney and Chris Stubel. Nepal
  • Castle Made of Sand Where geology meets policy by Spencer Dillon and Chris McNally. Utah
  • Hashtags & Tire Tracks Alone and together on the Baja Divide by Cass Gilbert. Mexico
  • Homecoming End of the road by Eileen Schwab and Andy Hovey. New Zealand
  •  La Sed Navigating thirst on the puna by Taneli Roininen. Argentina
  • Leaning In A ride of rediscovery by Jess Daddio. Virginia
  • Plains Perspective Gravel grazin’ on the Llano Estacado by Brandon Weaver, Jerod Foster, and Justin Rex. Texas
  • Yalla Pedaling Palestine by Cameron Fenton and Alaa Hammouz. West Bank
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