Arizona: the van-dweller’s winter paradise. The mild temperatures and endless riding opportunities make living here easy during the darkest months of the year. One of the major challenges of van-life is abiding by camping limits. Most places require that campers move every two weeks. When it’s time to pack up… Read More »A Dispersed Commute (video)
We were recently featured on bikegeardatabase.com, showcasing our tiny van-based workshop. We discuss what it’s like operating a business out of our van, our perspectives on bikepack racing as testing, and some of our favorite places to ride bikes. Check out the article here.
The Van: 2015 Ram Promaster 2500, 159″ wheelbase. We purchased our van used on Facebook Marketplace with 40k miles. In its former life, it was a handicap passenger van. The L-track and rubber floor was already installed, it came with plastic interior panels, and back seats for passengers. After the… Read More »Van Tour and Build
Moab is no doubt a mountain bike mecca. We spent a little over a week here and didn’t nearly exhaust all the sweet riding you can do here. We had a chance to ride at Klonzo Trails, Moab Brand Trails, Klondike Bluffs, and Navajo Rocks. Our two most notable rides… Read More »A Week In Moab
Loading up in the van was a different experience this time. We left our house empty and sold, storing a few things with our parents but heading out with the rest of our belongings. Andrew and I decided to quit our jobs and drive west in the van to ride… Read More »Vapor Trail Bikepacking and Van Life