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Latest Photos & Updates from Adam Barker
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Latest Photos & Updates from Adam Barker

First thing’s first – I recently did an interview with RAW (and gave MK some love on one of the questions!), which you can check out here.

Secondly, I have included photos (below) of my recent adventure in the Bahamas!

Father’s Day Musing from an Ambassador
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Father’s Day Musing from an Ambassador

Take advantage of every second to spend time with your family, not just one or two days a year. It is these moment when we share an unforgettable experience that we make memories that will last forever. I have found that I get to experience the outdoors through the eyes […]

Organic Stick Clip Tutorial
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Organic Stick Clip Tutorial

Here is a simple, easy, no frills way to stick clip on the fly. This is for clipping a rope into the first draw – or as some like to call it, wienie clipping, without using anything extra. No tape required. (Instructions are below the following images.)

Organic Stick Clip Tutorial - Step One

Richard Kinney’s Race Recap
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Richard Kinney’s Race Recap

As race day dawned on Saturday morning, a call was received from Clayhill Motorsports stating “Racing activities for the Hobby Stock class have been officially cancelled for the weekend”. With this information in hand Richard Kinney gathered his team and after deliberation decided to go south to Corinth, MS on Saturday night and participate in their weekly racing show. Richard stated “This was a much unexpected change for us and our fans”.

Richard Kinney’s record at Corinth Speedway has been shy from impressive with only one start which came in 2010 and ended in a 14th place finish after being involved in an early race wreck.  Kinney commented on his statistic saying “Any finish would be better than my last visit to Corinth Speedway”.

Riding the Route I Mapped
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Riding the Route I Mapped

GreatDivide Back in the 1990s, I helped conceive the idea for Adventure Cycling Association’s Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. I then spent the snowless months of 1995-97 researching the route, from Port of Roosville, Montana/British Columbia, to Antelope Wells, New Mexico/Chihuahua … mostly in a bright-red Jeep Cherokee.

Now, 15 years later, I’m finally going to get chance to bicycle the Great Divide myself … aboard a fat-tire, front-shocked, drop-bar Salsa Fargo. I plan to pedal the northern half of the route this summer (Roosville to Steamboat Springs) and the southern half next summer. I’m going to take it pretty leisurely, and do a lot of fly fishing along the way.