The Divide

In the summer of 2013, I rode my mountain bike — alone and unsupported — from Banff, Alberta along the Continental Divide until I ran into Mexico.

Me on my bike.

So, The Divide … what’s it about? My journey–physical, emotional, and spiritual.

I don’t want to give away the details, but it was the hardest thing I’ve ever done … and the most rewarding.

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Below is a list of excerpts from The Divide. Take a look … do some reading. You can also find a collection of pictures from my trip on my Facebook page here … do some browsing!

If you have any thoughts or questions, I’d love to hear from you. Thanks.

 

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The Divide

What the hell am I doing?

Why weather advisories and late employees don’t mix.

Gravity can crush you.

Why you should climb above the pass.

One piece of gear to never wet… don’t lose it either.

The wind will drive you crazy.

Something you should get out of your system.

How to get a dinner invitation … while smelling to high heaven.

Well that’s convenient

The ebook is available on Amazon. If reviewers would like a free copy, please get in touch.

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