April 17, 2019

4 Ways To Progress As A Climber

A climber talks to another climber while motioning to curved holds on a rock face.

If you’re excited to learn and progress as a rock climber, the first thing you might look for is a mentor. But finding a more experienced climber willing to take you under their wing might not be easy. As more people start climbing, the ratio of beginner climbers to experienced climbers grows, stretching the group […]

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April 16, 2019

Campworthy: BBQ Mushroom Sandwich Recipe

Recipe: Vegetarian BBQ Mushroom Sandwich Submitted by: Abby Hometown: Pasadena, TX What do you love about this recipe?: My boyfriend and I love this recipe for its taste and versatility. You can easily replace the kale with cabbage or other ingredients, and you can mix up the mushroom variety depending on your budget. The ingredients […]

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April 16, 2019

Bike drive changes hundreds of lives in Connecticut

What do you do when customers continue to ask if they can drop off bikes to donate? If you’re the teams at the REI stores in Norwalk, Milford and West Hartford, Connecticut, you go out and find some awesome partners in the community and hold a bike drive. Mason Trumble, Outdoor Programs and Experiences Market […]

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April 15, 2019

9: Shit in the Woods

The thing you should know about eating disorders is that they don’t really …
April 12, 2019

Camp Recipe: Turmeric Breakfast Scramble

Tofu Scramble Plated

This vegan tofu scramble is a great way to enjoy a protein-packed breakfast. It pairs turmeric seasoned tofu with a savory potato, mushroom, spinach hash. Tofu travels great in a cooler if you repackage it into your own resealable container. This way you only bring just what you need for your trip (probably not the […]

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April 12, 2019

New Product Spotlight: The Cannondale Habit 5 & Cannondale Topstone Bikes

The network of trails in Washington’s Raging River State Forest are an ongoing labor of love, built by the state’s Department of Natural Resources and the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance. One of Seattle’s most popular mountain biking destinations located 30 miles from downtown, the project started with a 14-mile loop and will eventually become a […]

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April 12, 2019

Living to Ride: One Woman Bike Tech’s “wild and wonderful” career in cycling

J Higgins’ career in bikes began accidentally when she was 16 years old. “I walked into a bike shop looking for a part and realized that I knew more about it than the guy helping me,” she said. “They had an opening and hired me on the spot.” But the job had unspoken boundaries that […]

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April 12, 2019

Living to Ride: One Woman Bike Tech’s “wild and wonderful” career in cycling

J Higgins’ career in bikes began accidentally when she was 16 years old. “I walked into a bike shop looking for a part and realized that I knew more about it than the guy helping me,” she said. “They had an opening and hired me on the spot.” But the job had unspoken boundaries that […]

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April 11, 2019

Pedaling 2,000 Miles Through the American Southwest With Type 1 Diabetes

Annalisa van den Bergh had pedaled for nearly two weeks and 400 miles to arrive in Rosedale, Virginia, a town of 930 people near the Blue Ridge Mountains. She and her cycling partner, Erik Douds, were on the TransAmerica Trail, a 4,223-mile route mapped in 1976 that spans the U.S. from Oregon to Virginia. And […]

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