Scott Rosenfield

Author's Bio

Scott Rosenfield (@ScottRosenfield) is a Level 2 USA Cycling Coach and an Assistant Online Editor at Outside where he manages the site's social media accounts—between otter video watching binges. Before joining Outside in 2013, he was a guest editor at Cyclocross Magazine and a freelancer for Men's Health. 

The USA Pro Cycling Challenge: Stage 5

Take your eyes off of the race every once in a while to enjoy some of these beautiful Colorado cities, home to incredible food, breathtaking views, and countless outdoor opportunities.

The USA Pro Cycling Challenge: Stage 6

Take your eyes off of the race every once in a while to enjoy some of these beautiful Colorado cities, home to incredible food, breathtaking views, and countless outdoor opportunities.

The USA Pro Cycling Challenge: Stage 7

Take your eyes off of the race every once in a while to enjoy some of these beautiful Colorado cities, home to incredible food, breathtaking views, and countless outdoor opportunities.

Controversial SkiLink Route Released

Canyons Resort has revealed the proposed route of a controversial 11,000-foot gondola linking Canyons and Solitude Mountain Resorts in Utah's Wasatch range. Construction of the SkiLink gondola... Read More

Mutant Butterflies Traced to Fukushima

Butterflies collected from in and around the Fukushima nuclear disaster area suffer from mutations that indicate lasting ecological effects from the radioactive fallout. The butterflies are showing... Read More

Weekend Reading: The Olympics and Beyond

In this weekly roundup, we scour the Web for our favorite long-form magazine and newspaper articles, collecting them here and on Longreads and Twitter. This installment focuses on the deodorant we...

U.S. Begins Agent Orange Cleanup

For the first time, the United States has started to clean up Agent Orange used to defoliate forests during the Vietnam War. On Thursday, U.S. crews got to work on a 47-acre former military base,... Read More

Dams Linked to Global Warming

Dams are the latest global warming culprits, according to researchers at Washington State University. The reservoirs created by dams are hotbeds for methane gas-producing life. When engineers lower... Read More

WADA Supports USADA in Armstrong Case

The World Anti-Doping Agency declared Tuesday that it supports the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s investigation of Lance Armstrong and disagrees with the International Cycling Union’s (UCI)... Read More

Diseased Trees Add to Global Warming

Diseased trees may be a significant source of methane gas contributing to climate change, according to a new study in Geophysical Research Letters. The methane-producing trees are outwardly healthy... Read More

Contador Returns to Racing

Alberto Contador returned to racing Monday at the Enco Tour after the conclusion of his retroactive two-year doping suspension. He and his Saxo Bank-Tinkoff team plan to target the upcoming Vuelta... Read More