It’s not the bike that matters—it’s where you take it
Watch to get an inside look at ultrarunner Clare Gallagher's budget-friendly, go-to meal for training days.
That's just business as usual in the Trump administration. But despite the interior secretary's asinine comments, there may yet be hope for ground-up change.
Former pro road rider Iris Slappendel founded the first labor union for women cyclists with one goal: getting team managers, sponsors, and riders to treat male and female cyclists with equal respect, 'cause that sure isn't happening now
Three years after the Camber CEO Pledge, outdoor companies still struggle to find and hire female leaders. The gap is slowly closing, but the lack of focus on hiring women of color is clearer than ever.
Over the past three decades, Nancy Hogshead-Makar has established a reputation as the leading attorney and champion for young athletes filing sex-abuse lawsuits. Now the former Olympic swimmer faces her biggest challenge yet: making sure #metoo's impact is permanent.
The founder of Out There Adventures discovered power in nature while growing up gay. Now she's sharing it with the next generation—and taking the industry by storm.
Women who work as guides and professional athletes face a tougher go than their male counterparts if they also want to raise children
Travel, be more productive, get the right degree, and customize your career
Five years after Tim Samaras and two others died in a tornado outside El Reno, Oklahoma, a writer tries to understand what made him take the risks that he did