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Businesses are uniquely positioned to help facilitate a mass shift to bicycling through employer-sponsored bike leasing initiatives and other incentive programs

Lexicons evolve. Let's grow ours by ditching these outdated expressions.

The stationary bike and exercise company offers potent lessons when it comes to fostering safety, comfort, and community for BIPOC riders

Get to know these movers and shakers making life and business better in the outdoors

As sales reps return to in-person work, bespoke, private showrooms have become the new norm

You probably don't know how much your colleagues make. Here's why you should.

Four lessons everyone in the office can benefit from

Experts weigh in on small changes you can make to increase sales in the last few days of the holiday shopping season

Employee Resource Groups can benefit your company culture and promote success both internally and externally. Here’s how to start one—any why you should.

The reusable packaging service RePack helps companies reduce their carbon footprint while building brand affinity

The Adventure Travel Trade Association lays out key findings regarding Black, Asian, Latino, Indigenous, and other travelers of color

With a focus on sustainability, transparency, and inclusivity, here’s how the Canadian outdoor brand Alder Apparel is nailing women’s outdoor clothing

If you’re serious about eliminating single-use packaging from your company and the outdoor industry, these five companies can help

“The outdoor industry is the only industry I know of where Black folks have to beg to be advertised and marketed to,” says Earl B. Hunter Jr. His company aims to change that

The mastermind of a wildly popular, stereotype-busting Instagram account offers advice for companies hoping to diversify and deepen their influencer campaigns

The nonprofit HBCUs Outside wants to create a more diverse pipeline of talent in the outdoor industry by introducing students at historically Black colleges and universities to the joys of getting outside

In the outdoor industry, it’s especially important to pay respect to the land and the Indigenous who are part and parcel of it

10 ways to make outdoor specialty shops more welcoming to all people, regardless of race, size, gender identity, or expertise

On September 4, the queer outdoorsman will begin his Run Across Minnesota, promoting diversity in outdoor culture and his Outside Safe Space initiative

Between coronavirus and the national push for social justice, the world has changed—and the outdoor industry along with it. Focusing solely on retail doesn’t cut it anymore.

For more than a decade, Miho Aida has been an outspoken advocate for equity, inclusion, and diversity in the outdoors

Unless you do the work, you’re just contributing to the problem. Start here.