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stephenhoward vernonfelton's article
Jul 30, 2017 at 6:01
Jul 30, 2017
Lost and Found on the Blood Road: 1,200 Miles that Changed Rebecca Rusch's Life
@stifford: Awesome! I traveled through from China to Cambodia about 7/8 years ago in the winter (dry season). The area in the far north around Luang Namtha looked to have a lot of trails. Still my favorite country in SE Asia. Good luck!
stephenhoward vernonfelton's article
Jul 25, 2017 at 3:39
Jul 25, 2017
Lost and Found on the Blood Road: 1,200 Miles that Changed Rebecca Rusch's Life
Also recommend this book. Very good - helps tie a lot of what I saw traveling in Laos/China/Vietnam together. Can I ask what you will be doing in Laos? Have wanted to go back there with a bike.
stephenhoward KonaChina's article
Apr 24, 2015 at 5:50
Apr 24, 2015
Kona China车手薛威豪纪录短片——《一路前行》
@Skylight, I lived in Chengdu for a few years, there is quite a bit of riding if you look for it. Video is from Chengdu and I don't recognize the trails so they've been doing work since I left! Looks like you can get some contacts but if you want PM me and I can send you some GoogleEarth files with pins where I used to ride.
stephenhoward KonaChina's article
Apr 22, 2015 at 16:30
Apr 22, 2015
Kona China车手薛威豪纪录短片——《一路前行》
stephenhoward ding520151's article
Dec 9, 2013 at 2:39
Dec 9, 2013
Downhill Rider Ding Ding from China.
小丁加油! 继续开发你的山,最好的小路是你自己的! 我刚刚搬到汕头那边,有机会的话可能来东莞找你一起骑车.
stephenhoward EASTONcycling's article
Jun 6, 2013 at 1:36
Jun 6, 2013
Video: Introducing Aaron Bradford
Yeah this is so cool! When he was a junior he was actually one of the fastest kids in the US, made worlds teams for cross country and cyclocross. I had the pleasure of riding and racing with/far behind him and like the article says he is one of those guys who can do it all and still be a nice guy and have fun. So stoked for you Bradford!
stephenhoward mikekazimer's article
Apr 8, 2013 at 2:06
Apr 8, 2013
Transition Covert 26 Review
I did the exact same thing, sold my Trek Fuel EX and Giant Glory and got a Covert. Don't feel like I lose anything on the Trek when climbing (just switch the pro-pedal on) even with the extra weight and while it will never be a DH sled for where I ride I don't think I am much slower going down. Awesome bike for someone who doesn't have the time/cash to have multiple bikes.
stephenhoward home-team's article
Mar 20, 2013 at 7:38
Mar 20, 2013
Taipei Show Day 1 Randoms
Glad to see The Dude abiding! He's actually a legend in the Seattle area bike scene. Owe him a ton of thanks for putting on cross-country races that got me into mountain bikes way back when I was a skinny little junior racer rocking spandex and bar-ends!
stephenhoward Trailsrider's article
Feb 18, 2013 at 15:22
Feb 18, 2013
Vietnam on Two Wheels
@leelau - you should definitely plan a trip to any of those spots, Laos, Yunnan, or Vietnam. I live north of there in Sichuan, which has some pretty good riding as well :) and have traveled in that area quite a bit over the last couple years. Unfortunately each time I didn't take my bike, but I was wishing I had. Spots that I thought looked like they had great potential were Dali in Yunnan, Luang Nham Tha (spelling?) in Laos, Sapa in Vietnam (this article), and it looks like cuberider could hook you up as well. Go in the winter as it is the dry season and all of the spots I just mentioned are actually pretty dry and cool (not a sweaty jungle like many people think). Just my 2 cents!
stephenhoward Trailsrider's article
Feb 17, 2013 at 1:21
Feb 17, 2013
Vietnam on Two Wheels
Very cool! Went through Sapa last winter and was wishing I had my bike the whole time, tons of trails heading out to villages all over the hills.
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