Simply Propelled: Adventures of the Clark Family

Our goal is to complete extended self-propelled wilderness camping trips with our two young children. We love spending time together as a family outdoors, and we are at the forefront of the trend to get kids into the wilderness on big adventures.

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Canyons And Coffee On The Kaibab Plateau

As the lunch hour dragged on, we weren’t getting any closer to our intended camp destination on the rim of the Grand Canyon. But none of us seemed concerned in the slightest.

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Salsa Cycles Presents: Instruments Of Adventure

Salsa Cycles is pleased to present a new short film: Instruments of Adventure.

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Course Adjustments: Greg Gleason and the Tour Divide - Part Three

With June 9th looming just around the corner, all of Gleason’s training will soon be thoroughly tested. Aspects of the TDR just can’t be replicated though. Will what he’s been imagining, and talking and reading about match up with reality once he starts turning pedals?

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Course Adjustments: Greg Gleason and the Tour Divide - Part Two

With the rediscovery of his mountain bike, and “The Thing” to help him meet his fitness goals, Gleason began his training for 2006’s Chequamegon 40 in May of that year.

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Salsa RideCamp 2017: Registration Is Now Open

We’re excited to announce that registration for Salsa RideCamp 2017 is now open!

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Course Adjustments: Greg Gleason and the Tour Divide - Part One

Salsa sponsored rider Greg Gleason just turned 50, and as a birthday present to himself, he’s embarking on 2017’s Tour Divide Race. But his route to the start line of this monumental endeavor has had a few turns along the way.

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2017 Salsa Dirty Bunch

Each year we send a few folks down to the Dirty Kanza; Salsa Crew, sponsored riders, and a few friends of Salsa. We proudly present the 2017 Dirty Bunch.

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A Song For Joel

In 2015 I wrote a less complete version of this song, Flint Hills, for Salsa Cycles. I rode the DK 200 in 2015 and 2016, and saw firsthand what a tremendously positive impact this race has had on the community. I went back to the song and wrote a couple more verses. With the help of my partners at Salsa Cycles and Dirty Kanza Promotions we want to use this song to help support DK co-founder Joel Dyke’s wife Michelle and family.

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Red Dirt And Courage: A Salsa Storysite

Salsa Cycles is proud to present, “Red Dirt and Courage,” our recap of a truly amazing event.

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