This weekend I decided to let loose on some dirt trails as well as some packed gravel (at high-speed). Both were equally fun but here are some photographs to showcase some of the dirt trail.
The low bottom bracket did better than I thought it would do and as long as the trail stayed flat the Campeur held up well. Not everyone has fenders on the Campeur like I do (see Gypsy by Trade) with very large tires – all the way up to 42mm. I imagine you can even do even more hardscape with that set up but as for me, mine has a good setup for road and flat-ish trails around my region.
These were taken right off the popular W O&D trail which everyone uses but a small turn-off showcases this trail. A natural creek hugs the path. I stopped here to actually just sit and not do anything for a bit. Isn’t that weird? I never ever just sit in nature and not do anything. Well, some mean skipping of rocks but that was it. Sounds ridiculous but it is something I never do anymore and a thing I always chose to do as a youth. Very small and large things were re-discovered and appreciated, always good for a man to take some time like this.