If our sources are right, adventure bikes will be the talk of Interbike, the U.S.’s biggest bike show, which starts next week in Las Vegas.
Alley-cat races. Fixed-gear crits. Grassroots track racing. Moonlight mountain biking. Los Angeles's cycling scene is surprisingly diverse—and keeps hammering long after the sun goes down.
We looked at a quite a few new smart watches here at the show, but Timex’s One GPS+ is by far the most impressive.
We like zip-off pants and sun hats with neck flaps as much as the next guy, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Lightweight, packable kicks for your next journey.
User-friendly features make it easier than ever to illuminate your next adventure.
Are these the most wholesome flip-flops in the world?
An iconic pair of sunglasses make a comeback.
Finally, more races are offering child-care options for active parents.
The Idaho-based Shotzski's DIY kit turns those old boards into a Shotzski with this DIY Kit.
The BaseCamp is ideal for car camping or tailgating.
Musician G. Love helped design the Bluesmaster. You can sort of tell. The hybrid frame style—plastic up top, wire frames below—has an old-school bluesy feel, but the frames are surprisingly light,...
Springy hinges and rubber nose and temple pads keep the Kennedy securely in place, and while the lenses aren’t quite as sharp as the others here, they’re pretty darn close.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then the Highline is as heartfelt as it gets.
Your fashion-obsessed friends will gush over the retro-styled hinges of the Rip Rock.