A Drugged-Dog Mystery Won't Defeat the Last Great Race
Dallas Seavey's current predicament shows how the sport's most visible event, wary of controversy, has closed in and tightened the rules. It should do the opposite.
Scandinavia's Best Cycling Party
On average, the town of Bergen, Norway, gets 242 days of rain a year—not ideal for the host of one of Europe's biggest cycling races. But when you consider the mountainous coastal roads, the Bergenseres' passion for cycling, and their outspoken, often brash local patriotism, it starts to seem like the perfect location to hop on a bike and ride.
Finally, a Big-Wave Competition Only for Women
Meet the surfers set to ride moving mountains at the first event of its kind
A First-Person Account of the Fatal Yosemite Rockfall
Writer and climber Jeff Johnson was near the base of El Cap when a chunk of rock the size of an apartment building broke off above him. Here's what he saw next.
The World's Hardest Endurance Race
Uberman, a SoCal ultra-triathlon with a 21-mile swim, a 400-mile bike ride, and a 135-mile run, might be the most demanding challenge of its kind. But in the eyes of its founder, the physical goal is secondary to the mental one.
How to Run Your First Race
All the strategies, gear, and tips you need to cross the finish line
How to Choose Your Solar Eclipse Song (Plus 10 Ideas)
It's only going to happen once in our lifetimes—better make sure you don't screw up your soundtrack
Colorado’s Coolest Bike Race Is Also a Music Festival
Colorado's inaugural Velorama was a colorful combination of bike racing, music, and fan-friendly spectacle aimed at giving road racing in the US a shot in the arm.
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