Tdrihe Khan Khentii mountains stretched before us, from one end of the azure sky to the other.
Tegri, the Great Sky God, watched us with his infinite panorama. From here, I could see miles and miles into the distance. This was the “Forbidden Zone”, that unknown wilderness where Genghis Khan was born. As a child and then again much later on, he hunted here, his true home, on a horse, sheltered in a ger or under the blue sky.
All four fingers on my left hand squeeze the clutch as the heel of my right boot kicks the gearshift into first.
A mountain biker, his buddies, and some of the best singletrack trails in Europe.
This article initially featured in issue 13 of The Outdoor Journal, you can subscribe here. .
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Road biking in and around NYC has it all: Urban adventure, quality pavement, non-yahoo drivers and bucolic surroundings. And good muffins.
This story was originally published in print, in the Spring 2014 issue of The Outdoor Journal, you can subscribe here. .
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