Last year's overall winner Levi Leipheimer claims the yellow jersey from Tejay Van Garderen on a blistering climb outside of Boulder, Colorado.
Tejay Van Garderen retains the yellow jersey on the relatively flat Stage 5.
Jens Voigt wins a rainy Stage 4 while the yellow jersey trades hands yet again.
A 77-minute film documenting the historic first descent of the the world's biggest rapids on the Congo River. Starring: Tyler Bradt, Steve Fisher, Ben Marr and Rush Sturges.
The race heads over the biggest climb of the tour, the 12,000-foot Independence Pass, and the yellow jersey trades hands in a sprint finish.
American Tejay Van Garderen wins Stage 2 with a strong sprint finish up to Mt. Crested Butte. See more USAPCC coverage on our
In a sprint finish on a course with more than 11,000 feet of climbing, American Tyler Farrar wins Stage 1 of the USA Pro Challenge. See more USAPCC coverage on our
Quadruple amputee Philippe Croizon has completed the last portion of his great adventure,...
Two-time Olympian Mike Aish has a goal in the summer of 2012: to compete in the Leadville 100, a one-hundred-mile foot race in the mountains of Colorado.
The trailer to the new movie from Legs of Steel. For more on the film and its release, go here.
Watch photographer Art Streiber and his team burn, drench, and torture the king of survival for our September cover story, "
An exclusive clip of Les Stroud in Norway from the new season of Survivorman. For more on Stroud, read
An exclusive clip of Les Stroud in Mexico from the new season of Survivorman. For more on Stroud, read
Greenpeace is researching the world's largest underwater canyons at the bottom of the Bering Sea using a Waitt Institute submarine.
J and K pod orcas surround a boat in Active Pass, British Columbia, on their way toward the Georgia Strait.