Reid Singer

Reid Singer

Reid Singer is an associate editor at Outside.

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Primal Quest Registration to Open Saturday

Organizers of the Primal Quest adventure race have announced that registration for the 2015 event will begin this Saturday, ending months of speculation over whether the race is really ending its...

Reid Singer
Oct 28, 2014

More Reason to Drink Chocolate Milk

A study published in Nature Neuroscience found that middle-aged participants consuming a drink high in cocoa flavanols—a type of antioxidant found in chocolate—performed better on a...

Reid Singer
Oct 27, 2014

Google VP Breaks High-Altitude Skydiving Record

Alan Eustace, a 57-year-old computer scientist heretofore known for his work as a senior vice president at Google, has broken the world record for high-altitude skydiving, set just two years ago by...

Reid Singer
Oct 24, 2014

Forest Service Approves Vail's Summer Recreation Plan

Vail Mountain has been cleared to construct zip lines, a ropes course, expanded trails, and interpretive kiosks intended to convert the ski area into an interactive children's museum after the snow...

Reid Singer
Oct 21, 2014

Mountain Near Death Valley Cleared for Nuclear Waste

Yucca Mountain, part of a ridgeline that sits 100 miles from Las Vegas and less than 50 miles from Death Valley National Park, has been cleared by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for use as a...

Reid Singer
Oct 17, 2014

Bode Miller Is Becoming a Horse Trainer

Bode Miller, an Olympic and world champion for whom horse racing was thought to be a mere sideline hobby, says he will focus intensely on the sport when he retires.

Reid Singer
Oct 16, 2014

Million-Dollar Bike Race Postponed Until 2015

The Munga, an uncommonly difficult single-stage endurance mountain bike competition set to debut this December in South Africa has been postponed until 2015, following the loss of a key sponsor.

Reid Singer
Oct 15, 2014

Seattle Launches Bike Share Program

Seattle's new bike share program launched on Monday with 500 bicycles now available for rent from 50 stations around the city.

Reid Singer
Oct 13, 2014

Forest Service Raids Massive Pot Garden Near Aspen

The U.S. Forest Service uprooted a cannabis garden numbering 2,630 mature marijuana plants from the White River National Forest near Colorado's Ruedi Reservoir on Wednesday, the Aspen Times reports

Reid Singer
Oct 2, 2014

Lindsey Vonn Skis Again

After a 10-month of absence from the sport and a year and a half after a career-threatening tumble, two-time Olympic medalist Lindsey Vonn will be taking a gentle run on an alpine training area in...

Reid Singer
Oct 1, 2014

Cave in China Now Considered World's Largest

British geologists announced on Sunday that the Miao Room, located in the Chinese province of Guizhou, is the world's biggest cave chamber, with a volume of about 380.7 million cubic feet (10.78...

Reid Singer
Sep 30, 2014

Wyoming Wolves Back on Endangered Species List

Two years after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service stripped gray wolves of Endangered Species Act protections in Wyoming, the U.S. District Court in Washington, DC, has reinstated their status.

Reid Singer
Sep 24, 2014