Road, Gravel, MTB
I've been riding bikes since I was four, but I first got serious about riding when I was 12 or 13 years old and bought my first "real" BMX bike. It's been non-stop ever since. I ride for transportation, fun, and freedom. There's something liberating in the feeling of providing input on every level, moderating the interface between man and machine.

My most memorable ride was a race in Real de Catorce, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. It was a MTB ultra- marathon that started in an abandoned mining town on top of a mountain. The race was called Wirikuta. It was the only time I dropped out of a race due to exhaustion, and the level of support from the community was staggering. I went back and finished it the next year, cracking a rim but keepin' on going. The history of the area was shaped in part by its unique geography, and the cultural significance was apparent in the style of the trails. 

Adam is one of the founding members of, which was launched at the Dirty Kanza in 2018.
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