A frosty cold one is best when shared. So are America's public lands.

A modest proposal that, at the very least, will make your community better

What is a good boy anyway? How do you become one? These are the questions that keep me up at night.

Cycling is already mainstream. It’s time for the media to catch up.

Dynos are big, scary, and an excellent way to think about how we can be more supportive and intentional at the crag

Urban riding is the greatest adventure. We just need to make it even more accessible.

A mandatory helmet law in NYC is how Vision Zero ends.

Cars may have driven us apart, but we’re natural allies. Here’s how to do your part to heal the divide.

The official Ursus of fire prevention ought to move from figurehead to spokesbear—and wearing a little Nomex wouldn't hurt either

Adding World Tour events just for women is a huge step forward for professional cycling. But real change has to come from the UCI.

Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced what he calls an "audacious" new proposal to address this year’s dramatic rise in cycling fatalities. It must only be the start.

We owe it to our children to get them on two wheels

Yellowstone’s latest incident is as preventable as it is predictable

When it comes to CO2 emission reduction, it’s no contest between e-bikes and electric cars

Congressional candidate Matt Rosendale earns money from Texan billionaires while voting for their interests

Everything the national parks could afford to do with the money Trump's celebration took from them

Vision Zero isn’t working because it doesn’t address the underlying (and fixable) problem: there are way too many cars on the road

A public condemnation of the SHIFT Festival's attempts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion is indicative of broader issues in the outdoor industry

Bike commuting makes most of us obsess over our clothes. This is patently absurd.

It’s true. I am a bicycle scofflaw. Sue me.

The Department of the Interior's proposed regulations contradict the interior secretary's grandiose claims

At last, the West is taking steps to address megafires. But we’ve done nothing to prepare for their biggest threat to human health.

Why we name, talk to, and occasionally kiss our gear

The bipartisan Simplifying Outdoor Access for Recreation Act promises a better permitting process

These devices are inherently stupid and profoundly antisocial, and their very existence is proof of their own uselessness

These kids today...riding bikes? In the streets?? The horror!!!

They're exploding in numbers and having a massive impact on our favorite trails, yet the short-shorts crowd almost never pitches in when it comes to trail work

You're just as likely to build a robot as paddle a canoe at summer camp today, but the value of the experience is even more important for our screen-addled youth

Just because you don’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not happening

A new report officially points the blame for the Paradise fire at the utility's electrical transmission lines

And no place has ever been ruined by an Instagram post, either. It's time to stop blaming social media for the world's troubles.

In America, driver convenience comes first, while just trying to stay alive on a bike is a crime

If there’s one thing that makes Americans uncomfortable, it’s successful women

Busting people for their style miscues is a beloved pastime in outdoor communities. But in the Instagram era, the practice has us sadly all dressing the same.

Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in

How low will some of us go to keep our neighborhoods bike-free? And won’t somebody please think of the children?

Raynelle Rino, the founder of Rino Consulting Solutions, taps into the therapeutic effects of nature, specifically for people of color who work emotionally taxing jobs

Sometimes just driving a car in a city is an act of violence

Trolls thought I was friggin' nuts to propose a controlled backcountry ski area. But it's already happening.

America's public lands can help solve the climate crisis instead of contributing to it

Why telling people you ride elicits serious bike-splaining—and what you can do about it

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