This website offers photographs depicting what it’s like to pedal on three wheels,  for three weeks, through three states. Text explaining the 980 mile trek in detail appears on the Daily Summary page. To learn more about this unique manner of transportation, please visit Trike Asylum. Enjoy the pictures, feel the exhilaration, and imagine the challenges that come with such an endeavor. It’s a lot of work, but worth the results. See ya’ …

 ICE Qnt at sunrise in Mojave Desert

 Glen Aldridge, Canadian Adventurer, feeling strong and confident on his Trident Stowaway trike

 Living on the land with trikes and tents … the gypsy life!

 Gary Bunting cresting the first challenging hill of the journey on his Catrike Road with Burley trailer

 Steve Greene’s ICE Qnt perched on the Crater Lake rim of Mount Mazama




4 thoughts on “About

  1. Guys, I love this little blog. I am a new “BikePacker” and took the time to go through your site. Im a 40 year old divorced dad of two boys, going through a “midlife crisis” with my Catrike 700 and Musashi. We are about to embark on our first “bikepacking” trip in three weeks to do a Bike to Camp adventure. Nothing like what you guys did, but you’ve certainly inspired me!

    You guys rock.

    Rob Blanda

  2. It would be nice to see a video on your equipment and modifications, and lessons learned that you could pass on to people contemplating a similar trip.

  3. Hi Liam,

    I have a few video clips on some stuff on the Trike Asylum website, but nothing comprehensive about everything in one video. I wrote a detailed book about how to do a trip like this, which is available through any online bookseller such as Amazon or Barnes & Noble. It is called: The Overland Triker. A link to it appears in the sidebar on the Trike Asylum website. I have been swamped timewise with the writing and publication details of my newest book, thus have not been committing much time to trikes these past months. Thanks for the idea about the video. I appreciate your suggestions!


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