The following pages contain my personal collection of routes I’ve ridden or plan to ride, along with links to both my own stories about these routes or links to the stories written by other adventurous souls.
For reference pages marked as regional gravel routes are routes that are generally intended as one day rides with total kms below 160km.
Multi-Day Bikepacking Routes are routes generally over 160km and are intended as multiday adventures.
Recent Ride Reports
Zwift FTP Ramp Test Review and Results
Today's post is about the cornerstone of any successful bike training plan, the FTP test. What is it, what purpose does it serve, the methods […]
Exploring Gravel – Springtime in Paris
It's been a busy summer with too much (or should I say not enough) time spent camping, bikepacking, and… for the first time in 18 […]
Exploring Gravel – L’Amable 40
While at our rental cottage in L'Amable a few weeks back, I had the chance to explore another very short section of the Hasty Highlander. […]
Disclaimer – All opinions expressed on this blog are my own and are based on my experiences researching and riding various gravel and bikepacking routes. These routes are unsupported, unmaintained, and unsanctioned. Anyone attempting these routes should do their own due diligence to ensure the route files are current, that they’re not crossing private property and that the route and conditions are within their own abilities. Everyone’s riding abilities are different and extreme caution should be used when attempting any new routes as route conditions are constantly changing. I also do not guarantee that the information I’ve shared is up to date. You are responsible for your own safety, and I accept no responsibility for any injuries or property damage that may occur if you decide to attempt these adventures on your own.