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A cargo bike that could replace your car.

Eleven experts weigh in with their biggest, craziest ideas—all of which are eminently doable

Ten ancient tools that gave rise to the equipment we still use today

It's time to embrace the fanny pack.

There's no need to avoid puddles in these boots.

All you have to do is visit a National Park and get very, very lucky

With all the tech the Portland-based running company can muster

The most noteworthy, cringe-worthy items of all time, in all their weird glory

Veteran driver Kurt Spitzner shares his treacherous-driving secrets

Polar explorer Eric Larsen unlocks his storage secrets

The five things you should know about the tech competing in this great, intense sailing race

Igloo evolves the concept of coolers with the Trailmate

84 Lumber, the largest privately held supplier of building materials in the United States, is officially stepping into the tiny-house market

An undersized version of the American dream comes to life in Texas

From kraut to kefir, we’ve partnered with bacteria for centuries. Now researchers are programming one strain to revolutionize gym apparel.

Want to buy the world’s coolest shoes? Skip the mall and reach for the phone instead.

SafeSide marries common sense and cutting-edge technology, giving adventurers and their families a little peace of mind.

When filmmakers Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller set out to build a tiny house for the 2013 documentary Tiny: A Story About Living Small, they had no idea what they were doing.

Strava and Competitive Cyclist teamed up to give riders a $1 credit for every hour on the bike, but the program was literally too popular for its own good.

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