The Pedalshift Project 175: Packing for a C&O Bike Tour

Trying out something new… follow along as I pack for my upcoming C&O  bike tour! Let’s put it this way… I need to get more organized. And where IS that fan!?!


The Pedalshift Project 175: Packing for a C&O Bike Tour

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Pedalshift Live

Be sure to join the show live August 30, 9pm ET! Topics TBA, but we’ll do an AMA so bring your questions or shoot them my way via social or email!

The Journal: Packing for a C&O Bike Tour

Not much in the way of notes for this one, but here’s the pack list!
 
Pannier 1
Camp clothes
Three underwear
Three socks
Two shirts
Bathing suit
Flip flops
Rain jacket
Headlamp
Coffee
Grinder
PB jar
Spork
Water bladder
 
Toptube bag
Multitool 
Bike tools
Bike lights
 
Pannier 2
Tent
 
Drybag
Sleep kit
Meds
Ear plugs
Fan/Batteries
 
Frame bag
snacks
Batteries
Cables
 
On bike
Water bottles
 
Backpack
ice pack
sandwiches

Pedalshift Society

As always we like to close out the show with a special shoutout to the Pedalshift Society! Because of support from listeners like you, Pedalshift is a weekly bicycle touring podcast with a global community, expanding into live shows and covering new tours like this spring’s DC to Cincinnatti bike tour! If you like what you hear, you can support the show for 5 bucks, 2 bucks or even a buck a month. And there’s one-shot and annual options if you’re not into the small monthly thing. Check it all out at pedalshift.net/society.

Kimberly Wilson
Caleb Jenkinson
Cameron Lien
Andrew MacGregor
Michael Hart
Keith Nagel
Brock Dittus
Thomas Skadow
Marco Lo
Terrance Manson
Harry Telgadas
Chris Barron
Mark Van Raam
Brad Hipwell
Stuart Buchan
Todd Stutz
Mr. T
Roxy Arning
Nathan Pulton
Stephen Dickerson
Vince LoGreco
Paul Culbertson
Scott Culbertson
Cody Floerchinger
Tom Benenati
Greg Braithwaite
Sandy Pizzio
Jeff Muster
Seth Pollack
Joseph Quinn
Drue Porter
Byron Paterson
Joachim Raber
Ray Jackson
Jeff Frey
Kenny Mikey
Lisa Hart
John Denkler
Steve Hankel
Miguel Quinones
Alejandro Avilés-Reyes
Keith Spangler
Greg Towner
Dan Gebhart
Jody Dzuranin
Lucas Barwick
Michael Baker
Brian Bechtol
Reinhart Bigl
Greg Middlemis
Connie Moore
William Gothmann
Brian Benton
Joan Churchill
Mike Bender
Rick Weinberg
Billy Crafton
Gary Matushak
Greg L’Etoile-Lopes
James Sloan
Jonathan Dillard
John Funk
Tom Bilcze
Ronald Piroli
Dave Roll
Brian Hafner
Misha LeBlanc

Music

You’ve been hearing about Jason Kent and his music for many fine episodes. Their latest album may be their best yet. Go get it.

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The Pedalshift Project 174: Bicycle Touring Etiquette

We all want to do the right thing, hopefully, and within any community there’s an unwritten code of conduct for proper behavior so we can all get along. On this episode, we cover some of those rules of bicycle touring etiquette!


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Housekeeping

Next tour

I’ll be through-riding the C&O next week! Pedalshift Society folks, look for an email with the new bonus pod feed!

Pedalshift Live

Be sure to join the show live August 30, 9pm ET! Topics TBA, but we’ll do an AMA so bring your questions or shoot them my way via social or email!

The Journal: Bicycle Touring Etiquette

Thanks to a listener for this recommendation… I’ve managed to lose the email or message from social media that has it

Camping

  • Watch your spacing
  • For shared campsites, saying hello and asking if it’s cool to camp there
  • Assess your neighbor’s desire to chat and respect it
  • Don’t brag about your exploits – it’s a bad look
  • Be open with information that can help others, but don’t force opinions and suggestions on people
  • Share stuff if you have extra
  • Respect quiet hours
  • Respect late sleepers as you take off

Leave no trace

  • Think ahead – reduce the amount of packaging and garbage before you roll
  • Always have a garbage bag – doesn’t matter what it is
  • Pack all garbage out and even take some that’s not yours
  • If there are no bathroom facilities learn backcountry techniques (cat hole, etc.) and please respect water bodies.

Speed + Passing

  • Some trails have a speed limit – respect that, particularly in more crowded areas
  • Many trails and some laws require bells for passing – know before you go
  • Use bells or call “on your left” boldly but (please!) in a friendly way
  • Do it every time even if you’re frustrated that the runners are wearing headphones and don’t hear you!
  • It’s so easy to get frustrated, but remember we’re sharing the trails with others
  • Avoid lecturing other trail users, especially if you’re a visitor

Be cool

Respect boundaries with people you meet and other tourists.
Watch your consumption.
You’re an ambassador… act like one!

Pedalshift Society

As always we like to close out the show with a special shoutout to the Pedalshift Society! Because of support from listeners like you, Pedalshift is a weekly bicycle touring podcast with a global community, expanding into live shows and covering new tours like this spring’s DC to Cincinnatti bike tour! If you like what you hear, you can support the show for 5 bucks, 2 bucks or even a buck a month. And there’s one-shot and annual options if you’re not into the small monthly thing. Check it all out at pedalshift.net/society.

Kimberly Wilson
Caleb Jenkinson
Cameron Lien
Andrew MacGregor
Michael Hart
Keith Nagel
Brock Dittus
Thomas Skadow
Marco Lo
Terrance Manson
Harry Telgadas
Chris Barron
Mark Van Raam
Brad Hipwell
Stuart Buchan
Todd Stutz
Mr. T
Roxy Arning
Nathan Pulton
Stephen Dickerson
Vince LoGreco
Paul Culbertson
Scott Culbertson
Cody Floerchinger
Tom Benenati
Greg Braithwaite
Sandy Pizzio
Jeff Muster
Seth Pollack
Joseph Quinn
Drue Porter
Byron Paterson
Joachim Raber
Ray Jackson
Jeff Frey
Kenny Mikey
Lisa Hart
John Denkler
Steve Hankel
Miguel Quinones
Alejandro Avilés-Reyes
Keith Spangler
Greg Towner
Dan Gebhart
Jody Dzuranin
Lucas Barwick
Michael Baker
Brian Bechtol
Reinhart Bigl
Greg Middlemis
Connie Moore
William Gothmann
Brian Benton
Joan Churchill
Mike Bender
Rick Weinberg
Billy Crafton
Gary Matushak
Greg L’Etoile-Lopes
James Sloan
Jonathan Dillard
John Funk
Tom Bilcze
Ronald Piroli
Dave Roll

Music

You’ve been hearing about Jason Kent and his music for many fine episodes. Their latest album may be their best yet. Go get it.

Join Pedalshift Society

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Back!

Long story short, the site got hacked years ago and I was simply too lazy to reformulate the RSS feeds to route all of my work back here. But now we’re back. For the moment the bulk of the work is over at Pedalshift, but you never know what the next project will be. Hell I might even write something original here as I’m wont to do from time to time.

The Pedalshift Project 173: Stealth Camping Revisited

Stealth camping is always a hot topic in bike touring, and our last episode got some great responses that deserve revisiting! On this episode, a take from law enforcement’s perspective, tips on how to stay clean with no facilities, and more on how to find a good spot.


Stealth Camping Revisited

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Housekeeping

Next tour

I’ll be riding the C&O in a  few weeks (in fact, just did a stealth camping overnight as I type!).

Pedalshift Live

Be sure to join the show live August 30, 9pm ET! Topics TBA, but we’ll do an AMA so bring your questions or shoot them my way via social or email!

The Lab: Stealth Camping Revisited

More thoughts on stealth camping on bike tour (check out Pedalshift 161 for my tips)

Law enforcement perspective

Thanks for the recent episode on stealth camping. Probably no topic has the breadth of opinions among your listeners as this. Maybe pannier pronunciation.
 
I’ve been [in] law enforcement…for 15 years. In that role I’ve managed these types of contacts regularly. I like to apply the principles you discussed when dispersed camping on tour, but like you, avoid explicitly prohibited areas.
 
I wish to emphasize the safety points you made about when you are contacted (i.e. caught), especially by law enforcement. Those consequences need not be dire if you keep your head.
 
Whether law enforcement or private individual, keep your voice low and keep your hands visible. This is not the time to be rumaging through your equipment.
 
Your legal status, if you are contacted by law-enforcement, is likely “detained”. You’re not under arrest, but nor are you free to leave. This is not the time to start packing up your stuff and huffily proclaim that you’ll “just leave”. Follow the officer’s directions. Remember that he doesn’t know you from Adam or Eve, and more likely than not is going to treat you with great caution.
 
An officer has about 20 minutes (case law) to confirm or dispel his suspicions that you’ve committed either a civil infraction (you know, camping where camping isn’t allowed, posted or not), or trespassing. During this time you are in the same legal situation as if you’ve been pulled over by an officer for a vehicle traffic violation. Behave accordingly. You must identify yourself (at least with a verbal name and date of birth). You do not need to present a photo ID or driver’s license if it’s not a traffic offense. He may ask you questions. Remember that if he’s just investigating a civil infraction, you don’t have 5th amendment rights to not incriminate yourself with statements. Shush, because it’ll be used against you.
 
The consequence will vary from a warning and “OK, you can stay just tonight!”, to a criminal notice (arrest without booking) for Trespassing. In [my particular state], this… probably won’t be applied unless you’ve previously been told not to be at that location.
 
Another possibility to consider is that in my jurisdiction the violator can be expelled from all parks for anywhere from 48 hours to a lifetime, depending on the offense. Expulsions for 30 days are common, and can really put a bind in your travel plans down the road.
 
Of course, all this only applies to my jurisdiction. Your mileage may vary, as you say! The best thing you can do is make your peace with being caught ahead of time. Be comfortable with the foreseeable consequences, and you can then just relax.
 
PS People are going to stealth camp, might as well do it as low impact and safely as possible.
 

Downside of stealth camping… no facilities to clean up in!

Richard Wizensky has a solution;
 
On days that are light, I keep a towel and a spray bottle of witch hazel available – add a few drops of essential oil for bonus smell. The witch hazel works to kill odor producing bacteria like alcohol but doesn’t dry your skin.
 

Techniques for finding spots

Google maps! I use the satellite view to see where there are big clusters of trees and pick a few good spots. Going to street view can be super helpful to get the “on the ground” look and then you can go from there.
 
Good resource from a big time stealth camper… Douglas Conlin – YouTube channel. He’s a 100% stealth camper and did an interrupted tour from Michigan to Tennessee last year (in the winter, no less). Quite the character, but seeing how he scopes out stealth sites is a real lesson. He vlogged his trip so you can see a bunch of his camp sites. A few are bolder than what I’d choose, but that’s all personal preference.

Pedalshift Society

As always we like to close out the show with a special shoutout to the Pedalshift Society! Because of support from listeners like you, Pedalshift is a weekly bicycle touring podcast with a global community, expanding into live shows and covering new tours like this spring’s DC to Cincinnatti bike tour! If you like what you hear, you can support the show for 5 bucks, 2 bucks or even a buck a month. And there’s one-shot and annual options if you’re not into the small monthly thing. Check it all out at pedalshift.net/society.

Kimberly Wilson
Caleb Jenkinson
Cameron Lien
Andrew MacGregor
Michael Hart
Keith Nagel
Brock Dittus
Thomas Skadow
Marco Lo
Terrance Manson
Harry Telgadas
Chris Barron
Mark Van Raam
Brad Hipwell
Stuart Buchan
Todd Stutz
Mr. T
Roxy Arning
Nathan Pulton
Stephen Dickerson
Vince LoGreco
Paul Culbertson
Scott Culbertson
Cody Floerchinger
Tom Benenati
Greg Braithwaite
Sandy Pizzio
Jeff Muster
Seth Pollack
Joseph Quinn
Drue Porter
Byron Paterson
Joachim Raber
Ray Jackson
Jeff Frey
Kenny Mikey
Lisa Hart
John Denkler
Steve Hankel
Miguel Quinones
Alejandro Avilés-Reyes
Keith Spangler
Greg Towner
Dan Gebhart
Jody Dzuranin
Lucas Barwick
Michael Baker
Brian Bechtol
Reinhart Bigl
Greg Middlemis
Connie Moore
William Gothmann
Brian Benton
Joan Churchill
Mike Bender
Rick Weinberg
Billy Crafton
Gary Matushak
Greg L’Etoile-Lopes
James Sloan
Jonathan Dillard
John Funk
Tom Bilcze
Ronald Piroli

Music

You’ve been hearing about Jason Kent and his music for many fine episodes. Their latest album may be their best yet. Go get it.

Join Pedalshift Society

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Best of Pedalshift 048: Bicycle Touring Big Sur by Brompton

Back in 2015 I got my Brompton, but it was at the tail end of bike touring season. So I bided my time before I could take it out on its first real tour. But where to roll? Well, I decided to go big. In this best of, we revisit bicycle touring Big Sur by Brompton! Originally podcast April 28, 2016.

Best of Pedalshift 048: Bicycle Touring Big Sur by Brompton

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The Pedalshift Project 172: Pedalshift Goes Italian

What’s it like bicycling in Italy? Are bikes even allowed in Venice? (spoiler: um, no).  In this episode, Pedalshift Goes Italian with some thoughts on bicycling in Italy plus thoughts on cross training for bike touring!

Bicycling in Italy

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Pedalshift Live August 30
 
August 30 – LIVE show! Check it out at pedalshift.net/live. Probably will be covering my to-be-announced August tour, plus an AMA.
 
No show notes to speak of this week… check out Instagram for photos from the big Italian adventure! Here’s the Ride with GPS map of the seven loops ride around Luca!

Pedalshift Society

As always we like to close out the show with a special shoutout to the Pedalshift Society! Because of support from listeners like you, Pedalshift is a weekly bicycle touring podcast with a global community, expanding into live shows, bonus podcasts and tour journals! If you like what you hear, you can support the show for 5 bucks, 2 bucks or even a buck a month. And there’s one-shot and annual options if you’re not into the small monthly thing. Check it all out at pedalshift.net/society. On to the society!
 
Kimberly Wilson
Caleb Jenkinson
Cameron Lien
Andrew MacGregor
Michael Hart
Keith Nagel
Brock Dittus
Thomas Skadow
Marco Lo
Terrance Manson
Harry Telgadas
Chris Barron
Mark Van Raam
Brad Hipwell
Stuart Buchan
Todd Stutz
Mr. T
Roxy Arning
Nathan Pulton
Stephen Dickerson
Vince LoGreco
Paul Culbertson
Scott Culbertson
Cody Floerchinger
Tom Benenati
Greg Braithwaite
Sandy Pizzio
Jeff Muster
Seth Pollack
Joseph Quinn
Drue Porter
Byron Paterson
Joachim Raber
Ray Jackson
Jeff Frey
Kenny Mikey
Lisa Hart
John Denkler
Steve Hankel
Miguel Quinones
Alejandro Avilés-Reyes
Keith Spangler
Greg Towner
Dan Gebhart
Jody Dzuranin
Lucas Barwick
Michael Baker
Brian Bechtol
Reinhart Bigl
Greg Middlemis
Connie Moore
William Gothmann
Brian Benton
Joan Churchill
Mike Bender
Rick Weinberg
Billy Crafton
Gary Matushak
Greg L’Etoile-Lopes
James Sloan
Jonathan Dillard
John Funk
Tom Bilcze

Music

You’ve been hearing about Jason Kent and his music for many fine episodes. Their latest album may be their best yet. Go get it.

Join Pedalshift Society

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The Pedalshift Project 171: Bike Touring on Busy Roads

Sometimes our bike tours mean sharing the road with a lot of motorized vehicle traffic… on this episode, some tips and tricks on bike touring on busy roads.

The Pedalshift Project 171: Bike Touring on Busy Roads

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Hey, I’m in Italy when this drops! Look for the Pedalshift Goes Italian episode next week!
 
Pedalshift Live August 30
 
August 30 – LIVE show! Check it out at pedalshift.net/live. Probably will be covering my to-be-announced August tour, plus an AMA.
 
Look for that tour announcement in the next few weeks on the show… Pedalshift Society folks you’ll be getting the advanced audio on a brand new special feed PLUS a bonus ep or two depending on what shakes out. Not a member but crave bonus bike touring podcasts? pedalshift.net/society!

Five star reviews!

I am WAY behind.

Helpful and entertaining

I just binge listened to every episode I could get my ear holes on. Very informative and entertaining. I hope to do more bike tours and I am positive my next one will be c&o and gap. Keep doing what you are doing. Great job!!!
Spydy22r via Apple Podcasts ·United States of America ·06/21/2019
 

What a fun ride!

Love this podcast and it’s a lot of fun to follow Tim on his cycling journey. I’ve been cycling for over 40 years (Oy…) and it’s great to hear the enthusiasm, thoughtfulness, and high energy! Keep up the good work and keep the rubber side down my friend! -Rob from Philly
bsjry875#^¥] via Apple Podcasts ·United States of America ·06/20/2019
 

Island in a storm AKA Inspiration

I found this podcast after listening to the amazing Portland crew (Sprocket Podcast) and found this island full a wealth of information about bicycle touring wrapped in inspiration. I was getting ready for the adventure of a lifetime and needed help with everything if I was to pedal the Upcoming 600 mile Pacific Northwest (I made it by the way). This is the podcast filled with “Why Not” attitude that replaces doubt with knowledge. If you are looking for a guide to manage and prepare for a touring adventure look no further. As I prepare for next adventure of having my Hip (ya last time was my knee … old parts brake lol) replaced you better believe this is a comforting island in this storm I’ll be listening to prepare to ride again. Your in for a treat if you join in and listen.
MrHart XSpEd via Apple Podcasts ·United States of America ·06/05/2019
 

Toulouse listener

Thanks for all the great tips and content .
Brian in Toulouse via Apple Podcasts ·France ·04/19/2019
 

The Lab – Bike Touring on Busy Roads

  • Practice near home
  • Take a class at an LBS or bike club
  • Time your ride
  • Get a mirror
  • Be visible
  • The pool noodle trick
  • Be predictable – hand signals etc.
  • Don’t be afraid to take the lane (where legal) or get on a sidewalk (where legal)
  • Always remember – you belong on those roads just as much as motorized vehicles, but you’re way more vulnerable so take precautions and stay safe!

Pedalshift Society

As always we like to close out the show with a special shoutout to the Pedalshift Society! Because of support from listeners like you, Pedalshift is a weekly bicycle touring podcast with a global community, expanding into live shows, bonus podcasts and tour journals! If you like what you hear, you can support the show for 5 bucks, 2 bucks or even a buck a month. And there’s one-shot and annual options if you’re not into the small monthly thing. Check it all out at pedalshift.net/society. On to the society!
 
Kimberly Wilson
Caleb Jenkinson
Cameron Lien
Andrew MacGregor
Michael Hart
Keith Nagel
Brock Dittus
Thomas Skadow
Marco Lo
Terrance Manson
Harry Telgadas
Chris Barron
Mark Van Raam
Brad Hipwell
Stuart Buchan
Todd Stutz
Mr. T
Roxy Arning
Nathan Pulton
Stephen Dickerson
Vince LoGreco
Paul Culbertson
Scott Culbertson
Cody Floerchinger
Tom Benenati
Greg Braithwaite
Sandy Pizzio
Jeff Muster
Seth Pollack
Joseph Quinn
Drue Porter
Byron Paterson
Joachim Raber
Ray Jackson
Jeff Frey
Kenny Mikey
Lisa Hart
John Denkler
Steve Hankel
Miguel Quinones
Alejandro Avilés-Reyes
Keith Spangler
Greg Towner
Dan Gebhart
Jody Dzuranin
Lucas Barwick
Michael Baker
Brian Bechtol
Reinhart Bigl
Greg Middlemis
Connie Moore
William Gothmann
Brian Benton
Joan Churchill
Mike Bender
Rick Weinberg
Billy Crafton
Gary Matushak
Greg L’Etoile-Lopes
James Sloan
Jonathan Dillard
John Funk
Tom Bilcze

Music

You’ve been hearing about Jason Kent and his music for many fine episodes. Their latest album may be their best yet. Go get it.

Join Pedalshift Society

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Best of Pedalshift 056: The Joy(ride) of Bike Touring with Cat Caperello-Snyder

Cat Caperello-Snyder hosts The Joyride Podcast and brings us stories of how bicycling can have a powerfully transformative role in the lives of the women she interviews. But as we learned, Cat has a story of her own to share, and bike touring’s a big part of it! Originally podcast August 18, 2016.

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The Pedalshift Project 093: Fast forward your bike tour with Brock Dittus

Friend of the show Brock Dittus chats about his latest adventure, giving us all tips on how to fast forward your bike tour with mass transit! http://traffic.libsyn.com/pedalshift/Pedalshift093.mp3 Hey it’s the direct download link for The Pedalshift Project 093: Fast forward your bike tour (mp3) Subscribe to The Pedalshift Project: RSS – iTunes – Overcast – Android Reach …

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The Pedalshift Project 092: Morning bicycle touring checklist

Breaking news on the personal front (all good for the pod, mind you!) plus a great morning bicycle touring checklist to give your ride a proper once-over before you get rolling! http://traffic.libsyn.com/pedalshift/Pedalshift092.mp3 Hey it’s the direct download link for The Pedalshift Project 092: Morning bicycle touring checklist (mp3) Subscribe to The Pedalshift Project: RSS – …

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