This is one incredibly lucky cyclist and one not-so-great truck driver.
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From adventurers to iconoclasts, our ‘110 Outdoor Ambassadors’ project is a crowd-sourced collection of people who have made a difference.Read More...
A new kind of action camera debuted last month. We dig deep in a Q&A with a videographer who tested the V.360° Camera over several days in tough conditions outdoors.Read More...
Function and form join in Search and State's cycling apparel. We tested some of the brand's newest gear and then sat down for coffee with one of the founders.Read More...
The metrosexual is so last decade. Now, it's all about the "Lumbersexual."
Motivated by love (and a meatball), a stray dog follows an adventure racing team through a daunting course in the Ecuadorian jungle.
When it's too cold for gloves, a good pair of mitts is crucial to enjoying any winter activity.
The creation of this floating net took three days and a huge communal effort to hand-weave. More than 50 people were involved.
Surviving in the wild -- no matter the location or the time of year -- depends on human wit and will more than the gear you have in your pack. But all survival experts still recommend assembling an emergency kit of equipment to stay with you at all times in the wilderness.
From fast and light to full-on stompers, we tested a dozen hiking boots for this spring.
A new jacket from The North Face claims to provide unprecedented performance in cold, wet situations. Time for the ThermoBall to go swimming.
Flash in the pan, or here to stay? The cycling subcategory of "fat bikes" is hot this year, on the snow and for dry land. Our editor looks into the trend and adds some opinion from time spent pedaling in snow on these obese-wheel bikes.
You're riding though the woods when you see this coming at you. Time to hammer!
Does your gal pal love the outdoors? Then she's sure to love one of these gifts!
Bike tires hum on snow, and they buzz on ice. But they rarely slip when you’re going straight. Gears click and shift the same in almost any weather. Just remember the lube. And the cold wind? With the right clothing it’s not an issue, according to regular wintertime riders. This article offers 10 tips to get you riding fast and safe on the winter road. . .
We got a sneak peek at what is being called “the warmest puffy on the planet.”
Want to hike a long, long ways? At more than 500 miles long each, these are the 10 best long distance hiking trails in the world.
Is that a zipper on your face? An Italian jacket maker goes a tad overboard in its all-in-one design, which to us has a look perhaps more a fit for a Flaming Lips concert than a ski hill.
Love a lumbersexual? Well, they're sure to love these gifts.
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