She Rules the Waves
For intrepid sailor Ellen MacArthur, round-the-world records are meant to be shattered
Pancho Villa lives! Viva high adventure down in Mexico's Copper Canyon.
Red Hot Chile
The skinny on rough-hewn adventure in the long, tall land that has it all: from deserts and salt beds to glaciers and geysers.
In the Heart of the Heart of the West
The Bighorn Mountains are still one of Wyoming's great wild redoubts
Marla Streb's Mind-Body Problem
What's a brilliant woman like this doing in a rough-and-tumble sport like downhill mountain-bike racing? Trying to think her way to the top of the winner's podium, that's what.
New-school nomads pedal the singletrack of the ancients on the first mountain-biking trip to northern Mongolia
A Separate Peace in Puerto Rico
Pristine beaches, bioluminescent bays, angelfish-mobbed coral, and incoming artillery fire
In Tobago, It's All Good
Exploring the oldest protected rainforest, the soft coral reefs, and the all-night fêtes of the Caribbean's farthest reaches
The Un-American Activity
What gets the equivalent of 1,000 miles per gallon, doesn't pollute, will save the world, and transports you in breezy style? Your bike.
El Diablo Made Me Do It
Two-wheel trekking through the Baja backcountry
With the Wind at His Heels
A gusty adventure in the wilds of Patagonia, both on bike and very suddenly off.
Bold Lines, with a Daring Verticality
Escaping the artistes and poseurs on the singletrack of San Miguel
A Nice Revolution You've Got Here. Now Bring on the Cohibas.
On a bicycle tour of Cuba, solidarity can only take you so far.
Tour de Revenge
To rise from the dead, to crush those who've slighted you, to best insurmountable odds, and to make a fortune doing so, would that not be the sweetest medicine? Lance Armstrong really, really hopes so.