Spencer Paxson is not a household name as many have kinda heard of him but don't much beyond the leaderboard sightings. He's an XC racer, now in his 30's entering retirement from top-level racing and here to share his vision.
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Oregon’s natural beauty ranges from the rugged Oregon Coast, to the pastoral Willamette Valley, to the thrilling Cascade peaks and a high, arid desert. So it only makes sense that Oregon’s winters enjoy the same kind of variety: Wind and rain dominate the coastline, the Cascades’ pillowy peaks remain snow-covered well into spring, and lowlands […]
Camping in the fall and winter in Colorado offers a unique experience. The changing aspens, cool nights, potential for fresh snowfall and abundant outdoor daytime activities ranging from hiking and mountain biking to skiing and snowshoeing, make this a great time of year to get out and explore. During the fall, you will enjoy beautiful […]
It's that time of year when the days are short, the temperatures are cold and the trails are buried under snow or are muddy. If you have the funds, Wahoo Kickr and Zwift is a great solution.
Kids bike have changed a lot in the last several years. Today’s best kids bikes help new riders develop confidence and skills, and come built to last meaning you can pass them along when it’s time for a bigger bike.
With AIM, Semenuk and filmmaker Rupert Walker press on in their pursuit to push the boundaries of mountain bike filmmaking under their production company, Revel Co.
CHRIS “SHRIMPER” KHARE Independent Contractor Brevard, North Carolina Chris "Shrimper" Khare is used to working with roots and dirt and rocks and water, first as a landscaper and now as a trail builder. The independent contractor has been at the helm of more than 60 miles of newly built trail near his western North […]
Few parks capture the public imagination—or represent the quintessential American West—as much as Grand Teton National Park. Home to soaring pinnacles, abundant wildlife and superlative outdoor activities, the Tetons welcome millions of visitors each year from across the globe. “There’s so much for everyone to enjoy; it’s a really special place,” says Heather Gyselman, the […]
Despite its small size, Connecticut offers both local and visiting hikers a variety of trail systems to explore. The parks and forests scattered throughout the state have hundreds of miles of trail, and you can enjoy everything from easily accessible and well-kept suburban strolls to more rugged and technical backcountry hikes through secluded woods […]