On June 19, 2010, William “Kim” Flint struck a car and was killed while cycling more than 40 mph down a hill in Berkeley, CA.
As a climber, your rope is the one piece of gear that you don’t back up, so it better be a good one, right? I’ve climbed on many different ropes over the years, but my favori
Just when I was beginning to lose hope that the perfect approach shoe actually existed, along came the Hed
Not all crags are created equal.
Finding good crags that are both fun to climb and safe/suitable for children isn't always easy (see my guidelines
Gearing up to take on bigger waves isn’t easy—the fear of falling, being held under and just the sheer speed of the water can be daunting. So how do the...
This is what six years of traveling to 24 countries on seven continents looks like (when professionally edited into a tight, six-minute package, that is):
Ah, triceps. Those pesky little back-of-the arm muscles that, as most women will tell you, are among the hardest to truly tone.
The sun is dropping fast and we’re deep in the heart of an Adirondack wilderness area, a good 15 miles from the nearest wall socket.
People often talk about the one-ski quiver, lauding its simplicity and practicality. And if you’re a good skier, one pair of skis should be all you need.
Today is the 10th annual worldwide Go Skateboarding Day. Loosely organized by the skateboard industry to raise awareness for the sport and raise fund
Three days after breaking his foot in the remote wilderness of Hillesoy Island in Norway, an unidentified 25-year-old Canadian solo hiker decided to light a signal fire.
Have you ever been in the middle of a long run and stopped to think, “Man, I could really go for a hot tea right now!” Didn’t think so.
Forge Motion Pictures recently released this footage of the first-ever North Fork Championship, a rip-roaring contest that pitted
San Francisco hopes that 20 percent of transportation needs will be met via bicycle by 2020, and it’s on its way to that goal—the city’s bike use has risen by a whopping 71 percen
The American Public Radio program “Marketplace” recently reported on figures
With the professional cycling world once again being rocked by an alleged doping scandal, this one involvin
Gretchen Reynolds is the Phys Ed columnist of The New York Times.
Hovding, a Swedish startup company, has been marketing its “Invisible Bicycle Helmet” as a fashion statement as much as a safety device.
On Sunday, the Adirondack Mountain Club (AMC) completed work on a small footbridge in the 6-million-acre Adirondack wilderness of Upstate New York, drawing the notice of the Associated Press, whose
Being part of a website start-up is a speedball of contrasting adjectives: stressfull and exciting, frustrating and fun.
Aaron Gwin's campaign continues as he clinched another convincing win at Mont Sainte Anne, Quebec, last weekend.