Murphy’s Law of Bicycle Touring
I’ve started to illustrate some of the “truths” we’ve learned while bike touring. If you follow us on Facebook, you’ve seen a few more I’ve drawn. This is the first in a series that will be on the website and our upcoming illustrated guide!
matt picio August 16, 2011 at 11:33 am
This is so true – especially in Montana.
Robert February 14, 2015 at 9:58 pm
Reading and watching Cory’s Trans-american trip on a Bacchetta Giro, which by the way I just purchased a green one like his. Makes me regret when I was younger and had the time and energy to do a trip like his. I’m only 61 but with responsibilities among other things a trip like this isn’t likely until I retire and hopefully I will be able to do something like that trip or some version of it. And finding out about this site is also cool in reading about bike touring. Thanks for the dreams and other things.
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A runner friend of mine commented on this phenomenon last summer. He referred to it as “the rule of three”. Plenty of room for 2 but NOOOOOO – we’ve got to have 3 parties taking up road space – woe be unto the smallest one.