Iron Horse Trail: Tunnels Between Hyak and Easton


Iron Horse Trail presented itself beautifully yesterday, and we had a video camera with us. These tunnel are between Hyak and Easton in a section that passes two lakes. Seen in the video, is the 3T Exploro, an aero-gravel bike.

“What’s that?”

I’ve been talking about going slow fast on Medium Bicycles with more stories to follow.

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BONX: Outdoor Sports Group-Talk Technology

BONX is a walkie-talkie that works on Bluetooth and is being crowdfunded. As an example of its application, Bobby McMullen relies on the BONX to be guided on his mountain bike rides. Bobby is from Marin County and only has 15% of his sight. He uses the BONX Grip earpiece with smartphone app with a guide riding in front of him leading the way. In the past, Bobby was forced to yell back-and-forth with the guide, but thanks to BONX Grip the two can now have a crystal clear conversation the entire time they’re on the trail. Besides guiding, the BONX will work for group activities, and staying in contact, just like walkie-talkies used to do.

As of today, BONX is at 89 of a 100K ask.



ProEditor Video Service


If you want to make your own edits, of an awesome ride, and weekend, a new service is available….ProEditors takes your raw cam footage and edits it down into a 2-3 minute, professionally-created final product.

Whether you ride dirt or pavement, GoPro cameras seem to be everywhere. And that’s great, but few people want to spend hours at home editing all that footage down to something worth watching. With ProEditors, just hand over your raw video, highlight sections you definitely want to keep, and in 2-3 days you’ll receive a final edit, complete with soundtrack. Best part is you’ll actually want to watch and share it.

This affordable ($100.00 per edit), easy-to-use video editing service looks great for anyone who wants to shoot and share video. Maybe you’ll start a bike blog too? Here’s a sample of their work from a Moab trip.



Exploro: Idaho Hot Springs


While we were in Bend, and I was riding a Exploro, Steve Grapple was riding his in Idaho. The edit is above and visual story on XPDTN3, a club for Exploro owners that ride as much as possible in 3 days.

We rented a shack and called it basecamp. I’d wholeheartedly recommend you do the same, but mind you it’s not the Hyatt. It hasn’t been gussied up or retro-modernized like so many other resorts. The rustic patina is clearly showing its age. No electricity, no running water. You bring your own sleeping bag and start your own fire. But it’s all in that authentic good way.



Leader of the Pack

Agreed with Slate that this is the best job at the Olympics, and I like eBikes slightly better when they lead the pack at the keiren races.



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