Bike commuting makes most of us obsess over our clothes. This is patently absurd.
Why we name, talk to, and occasionally kiss our gear
The bipartisan Simplifying Outdoor Access for Recreation Act promises a better permitting process
A new report officially points the blame for the Paradise fire at the utility's electrical transmission lines
Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in
And really, who can blame them?
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
Trolls thought I was friggin' nuts to propose a controlled backcountry ski area. But it's already happening.
The recent pro-conservation rulemaking at Interior is intended to smooth the way for acting secretary Bernhardt’s nomination hearing today
Sometimes the best offense is none at all
The host of the MeatEater podcast and Netflix series talks about the need for us all to unite forces and rally to protect public lands
'Welcome to Gwichyaa Zhee' profiles the Gwich'in people as they battle for food security in remote Alaska
The Youth Climate Strike is working to shut down schools across the country on March 15 to demand that world leaders act on preventing climate change
A close reading of the President’s 2020 Department of the Interior budget reveals massive funding cuts for everything public-lands related—except for oil and gas
In Pattie Gonia's new music video, she skis and lip-synchs to the 'Frozen' hit "Let It Go"
The secrets to teaching your child to have a positive relationship with cycling in a country that hates bikes
New Mexico wants to create a first-of-its-kind Outdoor Equity Fund for underserved youth. Other states that care about preserving the natural world and raising a new generation of activists should take note.
It’s become conventional wisdom that e-scooters are dangerous. Like most conventional wisdom, it’s probably wrong.
A recent Camber study on gender equity exposes discrimination in the outdoors, especially in the bike industry
Because there’s no apology like a backhanded apology
At a certain point in life, it’s not ethically possible to cheat
From mountain bikers in California to snowmobilers in Montana, renegade adventurers see the shutdown as a chance to get away with anything. They need to stop.
A new multimedia story by American Wildfire Experience and MYSTERY RANCH provides alarming insight into just how destructive, deadly, and fast-moving megafires like the Thomas Fire have become
Eight hundred of the 2,300 Bureau of Land Management staff who remain on duty during the shutdown are dedicated to serving the oil and gas industries
Is it too much to ask for a little serenity, people?
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EPA proposes stripping protections from 50 percent of streams and 110 million acres of wetlands
How creating a "simplified permit system" could decrease the public's input in the land of many uses
Helmets have been mandatory in the pro peloton for well over a decade. Where’s the data that it’s helping?
Cyclists and cops often don’t see eye to eye because they literally don’t see eye to eye
They may not be for everybody, but they were always awesome—and even more so now that they’re totally uncool
Waiting in the wings is an even worse swamp monster—oil and gas lobbyist David Bernhardt
A Nebraska-based photographer is bringing positivity and drag culture to the great outdoors—in six-inch heels
We need to stop selling bicycles on environmentalism. We ride because it's fun, healthy, cheap, and practical—and because it annoys people who drive.