Bike Tour Around the World Vicariously with ‘Bunyan Velo’

From ocean shores in Mexico to glaciers in Alaska, photos and essays from the online publication Bunyan Velo take readers on a virtual bike tour around the world.

We met up with founder and editor Lucas Winzenburg. He was fresh off the trail of his own month-long tour across Europe. Winzenburg offered GearJunkie an inside look via the photos below, shot by adventurers around the world who seek out the simple pleasures of traveling long distances by bike.
—Amy Oberbroeckling

The beaches of Baja California Sur; photo by Alex Dunn

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Camp for the night near Homer, Alaska; photo by Glenn Charles,thetravelingvagabond.com

Scenes from Tibet; photo by Joe Cruz, joecruz.wordpress.com

Solitude along a dirt trail in Chile; photo by Joe Cruz, joecruz.wordpress.com

Pedaling the Marin Headlands, California; photo by Cass Gilbert, whileoutriding.com

The quietude of night in the Cascade Range, Oregon; photo by Erik Jensen, bikenoir.blogspot.com

Miles of dirt trails along Oregon’s Coast Range; photo by Donnie Kolb, velodirt.com

Winding roads of Oregon’s Coast Range; photo by Donnie Kolb,velodirt.com

Respite from the cold in a lookout tower in the Northern Rockies; photo by Casey Greene, greenecasey.blogspot.com

The dirt roads of Rwanda, Africa; photo by Derek McIntire, horizonsoblivious.org

Camp site in the Indian Himalayas; photo by Daniel Molloy, pushingthepedals.com

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Amy Oberbroeckling, an Iowa native, joined GearJunkie out of college and brought a passion for endurance sports as well as a flawless record in arm wrestling matches against famous rock climbers. Find her biking, trail running, cross-country skiing, camping, or tipping back a cold IPA.