Singletrack World Issue 145: To Infinity and Beyond

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A ride trip releases the parenting pressure and brings new perspective to daily life for Anders Engberg. Words & Illustrations: Anders Engberg In a mass of debris, a post-apocalyptic landscape appears. I move between islands of discarded clothes only pausing to investigate the origin of the pain in my bare feet. My examination is suddenly interrupted by two different noises. The first one comes from my eldest daughter running through our house wearing only the slaughtered remains of dinner, trying her best to imitate a dying police siren. The second one is from my phone reminding me to put in...

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  • matt_outandabout
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    I absolutely love the art here.

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