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September 4, 2019

5 Things Learned in Mont-Sainte-Anne World Championship

Some 650 mountain bike athletes from 45 countries went hunting for the rainbow stripes in the third UCI World Championship.

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September 3, 2019

More new gear from Crankworx

The dust has settled from this year’s Crankworx Whistler, but there are still a number of new products that warrant coverage. Here’s a look at a few more things we saw between riding laps in the park. Read more: Crankworx Bikes and Bits Roundup Maxxis Dissector first impressions On a fittingly dry week in Whistler’s bike […]

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September 3, 2019

Camp Recipe: One-Skillet Salmon & Veggies

Plated soy-glazed salmon and bok choy

Sweet and savory soy-glazed salmon served with a mix of bok choy and mushrooms. Your campmates won’t believe it was a one-skillet meal! This meal feels fancy but is actually easy to pull off. Better still, it only requires a single skillet to make. So if you’re looking to really impress your campmates on your […]

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September 1, 2019

Saris Know No Bounds Contest

As Saris celebrates their 45th year, they’re ringing in their next chapter by uniting their product categories under the Saris brand – with the bike at the heart of it all.

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September 1, 2019

DIY: How to Play Bug Bingo

A woman peers through the forest with a smile on her face

Connecting to nature and finding joy in the outdoors don’t have to mean climbing to the top of a remote mountain peak. There are all sorts of things to find—from right outside your door to just across town. Whether you’re spending time with kids outside or looking for an excuse to get some fresh air, […]

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September 1, 2019

11: A Woman Knows Her Place

Women are a lot of things. We’re complex, we’re coffee-fueled, we smell good—sometimes …
August 30, 2019

Are Green Spaces in Cities as Good for Us as Green Spaces in Mountains?

The Golden Gate Bridge in the mist

I’ve experienced it over and over again, and I bet you have too: When I’m going through something stressful, I find that one of the only things that really makes me feel better is getting outside. After I lost my job during a round of layoffs last year, I spent the following weeks trail running […]

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August 30, 2019

Gillian Larson Has Completed the Pacific Crest Trail Twice, on Horseback

Steep switchbacks flanked by tall evergreens slowed the progress of Gillian Larson, age 22, and her mother, Jodi Johnson, age 53, hiking the High Sierra Trail in the summer of 2013. As they plodded along, Larson's mom distracted her with the story of Heather "Anish" Anderson, who had just completed a thru-hike of the Pacific […]

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August 30, 2019

6 Places to Try Fat Biking This Winter

When the sun sets at 5pm, that leaves plenty of time to hatch crazy ideas. Take, for example, the sport of fat biking. Who would have thought that riding oversized, seemingly underinflated tires over snow and ice would be possible—never mind fun? If you live someplace where trails freeze over and enough snow falls to […]

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