Are you the type of rider that likes to prepare for anything? Do you like to help out on group rides and operate as your ride's defacto mechanic? Read on and tool up.
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Choosing hiking boots, first and foremost, should be about comfort—but what about practicality? If you’re a do-it-all-in-a-day adventurer, you might be looking for a unicorn of a boot that’s equally at home on concrete and dirt. Luckily, boots like these have entered the gear market. While there are still plenty of options for utilitarian hiking […]
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Nino Schurter’s right hand man Yanick The Mechanic reveals some of the tricks needed to perfectly set-up tubeless tires.
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Our friends at Jenson USA always have some great sales going and this week is no exception. Check out these hot deals and get them before they are gone.
This Op-Ed represents the opinions of The Wilderness Society. “Mister, what kind of cactus of is that?” Jose, a 13-year-old from Anthony, New Mexico, points to a walking stick cholla, admiring its radiant purple flowers as he calls over a group of friends to admire the long, spiny cactus. Last year, Jose was part of […]
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Giro has been true helmet development pioneer, as witness by their recent launch of the MIPS Spherical technology and the Giro Switchblade with removable chinbar. Here is a look at some of the best Giro helmets.
A gentle wind rustled evergreen boughs around me, a stream galloped past my now-damp trail runners and my pup threw herself, ecstatic, against downed branches in our way. The world was right, but I wasn’t. I saw it all, but I didn’t feel it. Instead, I had a heavy, deadened feeling in my chest and […]
The vast lands of the Midwest host fewer than a dozen national parks. But on February 15, Indiana Dunes officially became the nation’s newest and 61st national park. The designation marks the final chapter of a century-old conservation story that is also the story of Chicago, and a reframing of wild places beyond the traditional […]