WILD AND REAL IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Words by Sarah Rowley
Images by Devon Balet
The Dominican Republic is most reputable for its pristine beaches, consistent maritime winds and passionate merengue dancing. Beyond the 1,000 miles of coastline, where rambunctios music echoes into the early hours of the morning, are thick tropical rainforests with endless miles of singletrack.
ZEROING IN ON THE ZONA
Words and Images by Zach White
When someone gives you an option to ride thorough a centuries-old Spanish Castle, take it.
TOUR DIVIDE LEADER’S GALLERY
by Eddie Clark
To capture the 2015 Tour Divide, Eddie Clark drove 4,500 miles and shot 3,400 photos. “Most nights I would drive until midnight, sometimes until 3 a.m., in dirt roads with no signs, trying to stay ahead of the racers so I could get up at sunrise and catch them in the morning right.” Clark’s collection takes a peek at those leading the pack.
IN GOOD COMPANY
Words by Kevin Murphy
Images by Dylan VanWeeldan
Independent Portland, Ore., framebuilders
Joseph Ahearne and Christopher Igleheart share more than a similar perspective in crafting mixed-use, off-road touring rigs under their own respective banners. Igle and Joseph, as they are known among friends, also share a shop, tools, knowledge and a helping hand when needed.
|Cover :DEVON BALET|
|Price(tax not included) :¥1,300|