A recap of top stories for the past week, Jan 24 – 30, 2016.
Just seven weeks after giving birth to a daughter, this super-mom rode the Arrowhead 135, one of the toughest winter bike races on the planet.
This Utah State bachelor of science degree is tailor-made for outdoor enthusiasts, product designers, and general gear junkies looking to begin a career in the outdoors industry.
If you have a Delorme InReach Explorer you can get a customized weather forecast almost anywhere on the planet.
New style of lighting strip holds five powerful LEDs on a flexible rod of spring steel producing up to 800 lumens of night-piercing light.
No, this credit card sized axe isn’t exactly practical. But yes, it is still awesome.
Videos of the two-wheel toys known as ‘hoverboards’ catching fire and bucking off riders have flooded the Internet. Now the Consumer Products Safety Commission has taken notice.
The Kershaw Cryo is an inexpensive, assist-opening EDC knife designed by a renowned knife maker.
‘What if you could light up a room with just one candle?’ That question is posed by Lumir, a Korea-based company with a simple solution for illuminating dark places with a tiny flame.
When 26 inches of snow fell on NYC, a snowboarder hits the streets to get some powder turns.
With a 135-mile course and temps below zero, the Arrowhead 135 is among the most difficult endurance events on Earth. We delve into the gear of the Arrowhead with a three-time course champ.
Synthetic insulation is great, except for the stink factor. Our reviewer spent weeks in the Patagonia R1 Hoody to see how the anti-stink agent Polygiene performs against funk.
Get a history lesson on Swedish freeskiing while watching Henrik Windstedt and Leo Ahrens ski laps at the world’s most northern resort.
This is why you shouldn’t lure animals near homes with food or attractants, says Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
The Women’s Bike Mechanic Scholarship advances the skills of a select group of female bike shop employees and owners. Can it increase women’s cycling participation?
Electronic stimulation helps muscles recover faster. That’s the theory behind the Marc Pro Plus, a recovery machine we test in this review.
You know that guy who eschews pants and wears shorts no matter the temp outdoors? These are for him.
After 124 days straight in the wilderness, these five camping products have proven their utility time and again.
Follow life-long friends, Colin and Casey, as they hike the 2,660-mile Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada.
Sure, biking in the winter is tough. But you can laugh into the teeth of the wind when you dress right. Three products from Chrome help dominate the winter chill.