The Stoke Factor: Explained

Living and working as a ski bum at an elite ski destination is a pipe dream for most. Our contributor made it happen for the past four months at Alta and got to see first-hand what it means to truly achieve the stoke factor.
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White Knuckle Mountain Bike POV

Ever wonder what it's like to be a world-class downhill mountain biker? Well, here's your chance.
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Incredible New Gear Debuted At 'Sea Otter' Bike Fest: Our 10 Favorites

Our editor spent four days scouring the biggest bike festival in the world; these are the ten products and trends that blew his mind.
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12 Good Boots: Find Your Perfect Hiking Footwear For Spring 2014

From fast and light to full-on stompers, we tested a dozen hiking boots for this spring.
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Cotopaxi Is A Brand That Plans To Change The World With 'Gear For Good'

A new brand combines a social mission and outdoor gear. We attended its launch last weekend.
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'Rugged' Olympus TG-850 Camera Takes Licking, Keeps Clicking Great Photos

This is a solid point-and-shoot that can handle nasty weather, is easy to use and gives experienced photographers access to useful manual controls.
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Interview With President of The North Face

The North Face is already an outdoors juggernaut. But it isn't resting on its laurels, with goals to surpass $3 billion in sales in 2014. We get it straight from the President, Todd Spaletto.
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Video: Biker Hucks Backflip During Downhill Race

Too far behind to win, a cyclist throws down this incredible trick.
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Belt-Drive 'City Bike' With Retro Racing Aesthetic, Modern Tech

With a maintenance-free belt drive and a sporty ride, this pricy commuter bike could be your ticket to a sweaty, smiling arrival at the office on Monday morning.
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Watch This Massive Avalanche In Norway

Watch this avalanche sweep down the mountain and overwhelm a mine in its path.
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Leaf Spring Suspension In Radical New Fork Design

This new fork design is so unique we can't wait to see how it rides.
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1,000-Year-Old Native American Canoe

Originally thought to be from the 1700s, testing shows this canoe is really ancient.
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Video Production Co. Sherpas Cinema Goes 'To That Edge And A Little Bit Farther'

Whenever you see a video of epic outdoor adventure remember there's a guy carrying a big, heavy camera.
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First Look: Debut Of RockShox Fat Bike Suspension Fork

We got the scoop on a to-be-released fat-bike fork...
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KEEN Footwear 'Built In The USA'

We tour KEEN to see footwear built in a Portland, Ore., factory.
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100+ Miles Thru Mountains… 'Barkley Marathons' Is Nearly-Impossible Race

Barkley Marathons is one of the toughest races in the world, with just 16 finishers completing the "trail that eats its young" since 1995. In 2012 a movie crew was there filming the sufferfest.
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