Founder and Chief Happiness Officer at Sacred Rides, the "#1 Mountain Bike Tour Company on Earth" (National Geographic Adventure magazine)

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sacredridesmtb RavenEyePhoto's article
Aug 20, 2015 at 12:42
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Riding with Chicas - Exploring Costa Rica by Mountain Bike
We may just do that, bishopsmike! Join our mailing list and we'll notify you when that happens: Cheers!
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Feb 22, 2015 at 11:42
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The Azores - A Mountain Bikers Paradise
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Sep 19, 2014 at 11:48
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Video: Travelling Back in Time in Nepal
If you're serious about wanting to ride in the Mustang Valley with our lead guide Mandil (the producer of this video, and super rad dude), here's your chance: 2 spots have just opened up on our Dec. 1-12 trip. Otherwise, the rest of 2014 is sold out. 2015 and 2016 dates are also available. As beautiful as this edit is, it doesn't even do Nepal justice...
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Jul 2, 2014 at 4:32
Jul 2, 2014
Economic Impacts of Mountain Biking Tourism
Great post, Lee! As a company (Sacred Rides) that benefits directly from mountain bike tourism, I can definitely say that mountain biking has a tremendously positive impact on communities - when it's done right. And particularly in the developing world, where our customers, and other mountain bikers, can provide a significant income for communities.
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Apr 27, 2014 at 10:13
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Adventuring to Guatemala, Antigua and The Mayan Highlands
Great article and photos, Todd! We're always happy to have your amazing lens along for the ride. If any of you are interested in this trip, check out We also have a less strenuous version called the Ruta de Maya, for those of you that aren't into 5,000-vertical-foot climbs:
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