Mixed Terrain Adventures – Dirty Good Co.

Mixed Terrain Adventures

Guides, write-ups, and stories on self propelled, self guided mixed terrain adventures.

How To Bikepack Like An Amateur

What could possibly be more wonderfully uncomfortable, more pleasantly basic and more fringe-of-society-ish than living in a 1993 van, often on the side of Hwy 6 with the semi trucks on a hot July weekend? If you know me, it’s…

Bikepacking The Eastern Sierra

Susan and I recently embarked on our first bikepacking adventure. I've ridden a mountain bike for decades, and camped for longer than that, but I've yet to combine the two for a humble adventure in the growing dirty activity of bikepacking.

Mixed Terrain Adventures in Bishop, CA

I have always loved the Eastern Sierras and was stoked to bring Paul to spend some time in the area. Driving down Hwy 6, onto the 395 and into Bishop felt like coming home for me.

Idaho Exodus

The weather in Ketchum was growing worse and worse, with a winter storm warning threatening the next few days. Although we advocate taking the “hard path” and want to be tough guys, the reality is that part of this journey is based on escaping winter because it’s just not comfortable for either of us – or for the Beauville.

Mixed Terrain Adventures in Stanley and Ketchum, ID

The Dirty Good Company Road and Trail Tour left from Bend, OR, on September 6. We don't know just yet what exactly this is going to become, but we are enthused and optimistic about our travels and the prospect of doing some good, while getting dirty.