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Earl B. Hunter Jr. is the founder of Black Folks Camp Too. His business focuses on raising the visibility and viability of underrepresented communities in the outdoors as well as helping brands understand what they’re doing right and how they can better connect with those communities.
Break it? She’ll fix it. Think it? She’ll say it. Don’t let Nancy Ford’s simple repair and consignment shop, Repair Lair, fool you. She has a story for every occasion, adventures you’ve only dreamed about, and a nice cold beer if you’re willing to listen.
Quiet, simple, positive — this might not be how you’d think of the whistleblower who brought professional cycling to its knees and changed both the course and history of the sport. But there’s more to Floyd Landis than an excommunicated Tour de France champion — a lot more.
If there was one gear cave every outdoorsperson should see, it would be that of renowned professional hiker Andrew Skurka. Touted as the ‘Gen Y John Muir,’ Skurka discussed moving on from a ‘nomadic lifestyle,’ the keys to planning for a backpacking trip, his gear cave, and a lot more.
In a sport like ultrarunning, where wins are measured in minutes, crushing the competition by hours gets you noticed. But Courtney Dauwalter does running differently than almost everyone — and that just might be the key to her success.
For 25 years, Jay Petervary — better known as JayP — has managed to put himself at the head of the pack more often than not. And he’s helped grow ultra-endurance bikepacking from an unheard of pursuit to a fringe extreme sport. But it hasn’t been a smooth ride.