Josh Liberles is a professional writer and editor who's been proud to call Portland his home for the past seven years.
In the 14 years that Josh Liberles has spent as a freelance writer and editor, his career path has traced a unique course. He has been the editor of Cyclocross Magazine, an alternative transportation blog, and a fitness website; he contributed articles to many magazines, including VeloNews, Mountain Flyer and Mountain Gazette; and somewhere along the way he wrote the indexes of books ranging from ethics treatises to The History of Submarines. Josh also continues to race in -- and report on -- pro-level cycling events of all kinds. He has found an ideal base of operations in Portland, Oregon, where he busies himself with discovering the city's quirks and telling its stories.
About TripSavvy and Dotdash
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