Monthly Archives: September 2010

Road ahead – 28th September

Just a quick update on where I’ll be – I’ve met up with another Divide rider here and most likely we’ll set off tomorrow for the long (220 mile) and very remote section to Rawlins, southern Wyoming.  I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Past Yellowstone, through Teton National Park, into Cowboy country

Five more days of riding, 250 odd miles, and several temperature zones later, I’ve gone from the wheatfields of Idaho, through Yellowstone and Teton National Parks (or at least, I skirted Yellowstone), went up and over Union Pass, and I’m … Continue reading

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Pinedale, Wyoming

I arrived yesterday evening in Pinedale, pretty much in the heart of Wyoming.  Its a great little cowboy town, no chain stores, no Starbucks or McDonalds, just old style bars and diners (with one excellent brew pub) and where the … Continue reading

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Cowboy Dudes

I’m in Wyoming now, what a change from Idaho! First days riding was a little tedious, a 50 mile ride on broken up and washboarded roads in forest between Yellowstone and Teton nation parks. I was surprised to see all … Continue reading

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Into Wyoming – 22 September

I’m leaving Ashton today, I should be crossing into Wyoming just south of Yellowstone by this afternoon. I’m told Montana is the toughest riding, but some of the profiles ahead don’t look good! Im going into sparsely populated uplands again. … Continue reading

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Southern Montana To Idaho

After Helena, it was a two day cycle to Butte.  I took the ‘alternate’ route, which mostly followed the Interstate, and I stayed over in the small town of Boulder, which has a typically Montanan unpretentious view of itself, as … Continue reading

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Ashton, Idaho

Six days and nearly 300 miles after Butte, I’ve finally left Montana! I’ve loved the state, but it did seem to go on forever – Canada seems a long way away. I’m in Ashton now, a small town that seems … Continue reading

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