[Insert exasperated Jean-Luc Picard meme]
The author started her career just trying to fit in with the (many, many) guys, but eventually came to realize she'd become as misogynistic as the worst of them
It sure looks like it. Bill Gifford on the $100 million legal battle that ended with a whimper.
A new Outdoor Industry Association report details outdoor rec spending by congressional district. Lawmakers should take note.
Meet three entrepreneurs tackling the world’s toughest problems with next-gen science and technology
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.
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.
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
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.
The Secretary of the Interior's idea to support public lands with oil and mining leases isn't just wrongheaded—the numbers don't add up.
New Yorkers were on high alert after a coyote attack a few weeks ago. But certainly this thing couldn’t be as dangerous as a taxi driver toward the end of a 12-hour shift, right?
Drivers need to start owning up to how dangerous they are
A new report finds that a startling number of environmental and conservation organizations aren't making efforts to report on internal diversity or actively pursue inclusion
The horrific scandal in U.S. gymnastics is part of a long history of sexual abuse in amateur sports—especially swimming. The time for lasting change is now.
The sudden, joyful rise of America's cross-country squad makes you wonder: Is happy faster than angry?
In case you weren’t aware of how oppressive bright orange is as a safety color, don’t worry. No one else was, either.
An unlicensed truck driver killed a 13 year-old cyclist in Brooklyn. It’s time to take motor vehicle licensing and registration into the 21st century.
If the government shuts down tomorrow, Ryan Zinke wants to keep these lands open. What that actually looks like is at best confusing and at worst dangerous.
In short, your children are in vastly more danger in their own driveways than they are in a bicycle child seat
Maybe that do-anything, go anywhere machine you’ve always wanted is one you already have
The simple reality is that, with a touch of nuance, we can have our mountain biking and Wilderness, too
Salt Lake City’s Jackie Biskupski faces one of the most conservative congressional delegations in the country, but that’s not stopping her from trying to push her city into a future of clean air, renewable energy, and (hopefully) deep snow
The do’s and don'ts of securing the outdoor-rec vote
The charities suing the Trump administration to save Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments—and how you can help
When Patagonia, REI, and the North Face stood up to Trump’s national-monument shrinkage, did they earn more goodwill than they lost? We reviewed social comments to hear what you had to say.
The outdoor industry has been a fierce advocate for the now-decimated national monument—but it may have been too little, too late
It’s long overdue that we started talking about it, and it affects all of us
Is riding with headphones really such a big deal?
Did Fabian Cancellara really use a motor? And if he did, what does that mean for cycling?