|| Rock and sand are the skeleton of Utah. Highways wind in and out of this skeleton like arteries, delivering life to various cities and towns. Travel these highways enough and you’ll have an opportunity to snag some amazing photos of the landscape. Above are two bits of road that stretch between Salt Lake City and Moab. ||
|| Looking up into the canopy of the trees in the old growth forest of Oregon. ||
|| Here, a Santa Cruz Bullit downhill bike peers out through the blinds covering an apartment window. Sometimes your bicycle wants to get outside to play just as badly as you do. ||
|| Old growth trees stand tall above photographer Re Wikstrom as she looks towards the canopy. Lush, green forest lines the Pacific coast, and trees like these were a welcome addition to our bike roadtrip. ||
|| Well-worn singletrack winds through a lush, green forest and among the old growth trees. During our road trip through Oregon, the McKenzie River trail was one of the many mountain bike trails that we rode. Riding all 26 miles of this trail takes time, tons of pedal strokes, and a ton of water.
Anyone with a bicycle should count this as a bucket-list destination. ||