Andrew Tilin (@atilin) is an Outside contributing editor.
When he set a new record up Wyoming’s Devils Tower last month, Robert Kelman confirmed what experts say about aging and athletics: Use it or lose it.
You might ask what the world’s most intrepid paddler does for 110 days while alone and crossing the Atlantic Ocean via kayak.
Two longtime BFFs, courtesy of their Frankenstein bikes and the Rebecca’s Private Idaho gravel grinder, dig deep to make more memories
Last month, 52-year-old mountaineer Vanessa O’Brien found the snow so deep on her K2 summit attempt that she forgot about her aching knee, recent shoulder surgery, and stress fracture in her sacrum....
When one of the most decorated swimmers in Masters history steps onto the starting block ahead of a race, she has her own take on visualization. “I tell myself that I’m swimming against 65-year-old...
The 55-plus demographic is getting more and more athletically badass, and a new breed of not-really-retirement communities has sprung up to cater to these youngish older bike racers
Starting tomorrow, pro cycling’s most famous ex- (and exiled) athlete will again vigorously take aim at the Tour de France—with a daily podcast and a blog on Outside
Last year, Kim Ciolli, a longtime fixture in Texas cycling, got busted for doping. Her case is evidence of the fact that maybe the anti-doping system for older athletes—and especially for women—is...
Though created with older athletes in mind, these items are essential for every athlete—regardless of age
The former pro has had two full knee replacements in the past decade. Neither slowed him down—and they don't have to slow you down, either.
Planners of cities both large and small are working overtime to build the parks, trails, and bike paths to help residents be more active than ever
LVL, from BSX Technologies, is a wearable for hydration tracking
Indoor rolling on a bike trainer used to be a heinous chore. Now there's an app that turns it into a video game—and puts you on a fast track to aerobic fitness.
The metrics from your last run or ride could be used to save lives, make cities safer, or put someone behind bars
My favorite tool is an iPhone, because I can use it to call a lawn guy or a plumber. So when my editor asked if I'd write about bike security and today's best bike locks by learning how to steal a...
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