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winter “training” in cold, snowy Ontario

Written by Kate on December 15th, 2010

From the first push of the pedals out of Istanbul in January, life will resolve down to a few intense simplicities: biking all day, every day, burdened and exhilarated; exploring borderlands and wildernesses in mountains and deserts; and calling the crooked, winding Silk Road our “home” for a year.

But until that moment of real departure, things are totally manic panic. Mel and I are working flat-out to get ready for this journey: checking off the million and two items on our To Do list, testing gear, puzzling out all the buttons and knobs on our cameras, praying to the Silk Road gods and goddesses that we have enough money to last the trip (beg your help?), and counting down the dwindling days until launch with a mixture of terror and excitement.

Despite the busy-ness, we spend time in the saddle every day to steel our butts and legs against the abuse they’re bound for. Riding an unloaded bike in freezing cold Ontario for just a few hours, then retreating to a warm house for hot cocoa, might not be the most specific training possible for winter cycling and camping along the Silk Road…but it sure is fun! Through the madness of preparations, these sojourns provide a daily reminder that this, ultimately, is what it’s all about: the sheer, reeling joy of riding bikes, of getting outside and exploring the neighborhood.

 

4 Comments so far ↓

  1. Arjun Dongre says:

    I cannot wait to read your posts! When I get a job (and $$$) I will be sure to donate. Good luck training!

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  2. Greg Mu says:

    The anticipation as a casual blog/twitter follower has ME in a tizzy–I can’t imagine YOUR “manic panic!” So stoked to know y’all will be on the ground rolling in only a few weeks. Congrats on all the amazing sponsorships; quite impressive, indeed!

  3. Bob P. says:

    I found this site through Explorersweb.com, which I found while reading “One Mountain, a Thousand Summits”, which I found by going to the author’s presentation at EMS in Conway, NH. A strange way to find you, but you are now on my reader. I look forward to following your adventure.

  4. Aimee says:

    Kate – I saw your link on Tanja’s website (I’m a grad student in Roger’s lab, and we met briefly when I visited MIT a couple years ago), and I love your blog! I cannot wait to read about your adventure. Best of luck!

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