Author: Colleen oneil

The Chesapeake Bay provides food, water, cover and nesting areas to over 3,000 migratory and resident wildlife species. Of those, over 442 species of bird pass through Maryland or reside within its borders. The peninsulas of the Chesapeake Bay are home to vast flocks of...

Many cyclists are used to fueling their rides with manufactured energy foods like Clif Bars, chewy sugar blocks and electrolyte drinks like Gatorade. Many cyclists are also familiar with nagging, uncomfortable stomach issues during long rides or workouts. But by using your own homemade energy...

Summertime is wonderful because it's hot! But cycling in the heat can put you at risk for heat exhaustion or heat stroke. So follow these tips to keep riding strong all summer! ...

The New York Finger Lakes Bike Tour is one of our favorite trips here at Wilderness Voyageurs. This moderately challenging trip rolls along smooth paved roads, past three of New York's Finger Lakes: Keuka, Seneca and Cayuga. Along the way, you'll visit wineries, hike along...

Mountain biking in Pennsylvania is one of the best activities to do! And the PA Laurel Highlands is the best place in the state for it (but maybe we're biased). Pennsylvania’s mountain bike trails are rugged, rocky and full of roots. Many of them are maintained...

It's been a long, long winter, but springtime is finally here! You're probably itching to get out on the bike and spin your legs. But if your bike's been gathering dust in the garage for months, it might need some TLC before you roll out...

There are thousands of things out there you could take on a bike ride - multitools, fenders, all sorts of baskets, seat bags that hold a beer growler, leather top tube straps that hold a banana. But you just want to go for a ride!...

If you're ready to take a Wilderness Voyageurs cycling vacation, you might be wondering - what should I wear for several days of cycling to stay comfortable on the bike? Three words will make a world of difference: padded bike shorts. Bike Shorts by Design By design,...

The  Youghiogheny River is an incredible and unique resource, both as a natural and a cultural asset.  It is a relatively "big water" river that flows from the crest of the Appalachians northward, flows 365 days a year and is an amazing cool temperature throughout...