Adventure athletes like pro snowboarder Eric Jackson have begun to dabble in the pursuit, helping create a bridge between two previously distinct outdoor communities.
You want to ride your bike. You know you do. So get out there.
Astride any of these stout steeds, you needn’t limit yourself to snow
Why drive a car when you can saddle up on one of these?
After riding 50 of the newest models, we have some thoughts
From cross-country to enduro, 29ers are dominating the trail. Again.
In pursuit of the most accurate results, we equipped all 50 rigs in our 2019 test with Enve hoops and Maxxis rubber. Here's what we learned.
Advanced bike gear for safer, radder adventures
With countless options and sky’s-the-limit pricing, a mountain bike can be an intimidating purchase. Don’t panic. Start here.
As the gravel-bike market booms and manufacturers seek to make rides more comfortable, rigs with (just a little bit of) rear suspension are making a comeback
This year’s class is changing how we see roadies
Dirt whips that take you everywhere the fun is
As the all-road market booms, bikes are becoming more capable and more niche
Turns out big wheels and deep suspension play nice together
After two weeks of riding 25 bikes, these are the ones that came out on top
Choice (and affordable) accessories for road and trail
Performance machines to cheat wind, go off-road, or cover lots of ground
Amid concerns over trail conflicts and land-management issues, e-mountain bikes just keep getting better and better
From tires to apparel, here are the pieces of bike gear we loved most
When you live on the road, space for new things is limited. Here are some items your favorite nomad can really use.
Britain's wildly successful pro cycling team might be losing its namesake sponsor, but the dynasty is far from over
The style-centric bike apparel brand is branching out to saddlebags and even an insulated sleep system
Stressed? Overworked? Need a vacation? Put away your phone and go outside with no schedule or plan.
Often, getting better and gaining confidence on the trails means going back to the basics
A few tips and tricks to keep you comfortable and your trailer in working order when the mercury drops and the snow starts to fall
From slick racers to gravel grinders, these are the new rides that wowed our testers
Our bike-test director just wrapped up our 13th annual testing marathon. Here's how it works.
This little crossroads in western Colorado has cycling, boating, hiking, and camping to rival any of those adventure towns we usually rush to
Lighter, more comfortable designs and high-end safety features make these helmets the best
Whether you're going for a weekend, a week, or a month, there are some general rules to live by
With a few changes to your pantry, you can make quick, cleanup-free meals on the road
Life Time Fitness recently purchased the Dirty Kanza 200, the latest in a string of indie races to be scooped up by major corporations
Setting up a mobile office anywhere just got easier
Winter rides grow up
Keep riding long after everyone else has put their bike away for the season
The kit you need to maximize winter saddle time
When someone rolls into the campsite next to yours, go say hi. You probably have something in common.
In founding a new team, the fallen cyclist is seeking forgiveness, which many fans may not be willing to give
Don't want to spend money on prepackaged energy food? Use one of these machines to make your own jerky or dried fruit.
These Airstream hotels let you test #trailerlife before taking the plunge
A group of researchers at Virginia Tech performed rigorous testing on 30 top bike helmets to find out which is the most protective
The 45-year-old reached 183.932 miles per hour in her ride around Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats
There are 128 National Scenic Byways across the country. Here are five of our favorites.
Bikes are getting more advanced. So are the tools you need to keep them running well.
Socks are probably the cheapest part of your kit—but they’re still absolutely vital
America's best-known mountain bike town keeps reinventing itself with new trails, improved camping, and more diversions. Plan your trip now.
Slacker, more capable, but still plenty lightweight, XC bikes are finally becoming fun to ride—again
Basque bike manufacturer Orbea could show the way forward for the pedal-assist market with its new e-roadie, the Gain
When a trailer or van is your home, staying clean, organized, and clutter-free is paramount
Getting an entire camping kit to fit on your bike is no easy task. Here’s how to store your gear for multi-day bike rides.
Decathlon, one of the biggest names in Euro sporting goods, wants to make riding more affordable with its exceedingly budget-friendly products
As biking (and racing) on unpaved roads explodes in popularity, gear has changed in a way that's affecting the whole cycling industry—for the better
Race whips and downhill bangers are getting stabler and more capable
Cycling brands are delivering quality rides right to your doorstep
Here's the gear I chose for my first fly-fishing setup
The company is aiming to change the way people buy bikes
What a new interview with America’s most infamous cyclist can tell us about cycling today
Limited space, mechanical failure, and dirt everywhere mean living in a trailer or van isn't all sunshine and glamorous Instagram posts
The proposed 10 percent tariffs on bikes and bike parts imported from China would be a blow to the U.S. cycling industry
With beautiful trails and camping close to town, quick access to the mountains, and a vibrant downtown, this ski town is a gold mine of summer adventures
Portable solar gadgets are better than a decade ago. But are they worth it?
Our lead bike reviewer set out to answer the question: Do you really need all the fancy riding tech, or will a smartphone suffice?
Guide apps and GPS tools can be vital for off-grid adventures. But relying on them too heavily means we miss out on hidden gems that aren't online.
It's easier than ever for cyclists to pick a route and get out the door. Is that a good thing?
Whether you're into race shields or lifestyle frames, there's something here you'll love
With more people than ever taking to the woods, we need to rethink how we spend time on public lands
We hooked up our Airstream with new solar panels and batteries and haven't looked back
Top-end bicycles are higher tech and better than ever. But so are the budget models.
Behind the scenes with the Japanese manufacturer and its new mountain bike group set
In designing a new Stumpjumper for 2018, Specialized faced a challenge: how to keep a 37-year-old model relevant in an ever-improving field
Life on the road means freedom from daily schedules. But it's nice to have familiar places to look forward to every year.
An association of automotive and bike industry bigwigs is betting that bicycle-to-vehicle communication will make cycling safer
Nothing makes a ride like a sweet pair of shorts
Elevate your saddle time
A drop in price, but you still drop the pack
Performance tops with tons of character
Trail steeds get lighter but punch above their weight
Maximize your under-the-bed storage by choosing gear that packs small without compromising on function
Using publicly available data, advocacy group People for Bikes wants to show community leaders what they can do to improve cycling infrastructure in their cities
Big-box parking lots are an easy stopgap, but there's so much public land waiting for those willing to look a little