There's one realistic thing we can do to survive the new era of giant blazes: build smarter communities that can take the heat
Being outdoorsy is not without its risks. If I could travel through time, here's some of the advice I'd give my (seemingly) immortal and (definitely) ignorant 20-year-old self.
Put the beers in the snowbank. Drinking while shredding—or running or biking—is for Joes, Chads, Barts, and Squis
Spend any time on Twitter and you'll quickly conclude that everyone is outraged about everything. It's time we put that energy to use in the real world.
Think the death of specialty outdoor retail has been foretold? Don't let your favorite local shop go down without a fight.
What did I learn after watching every stage of this year’s three-week race? The supertuck needs to go, Peter Sagan is as entertaining as ever, and Stage 17 was epic.
Roadside shrines marking the site of cycling tragedies are showing up everywhere, a sign of how little progress we've made in making biking safer. It's time we organize.
The third annual International World Extreme Sports Medicine Congress confirmed our collective willingness to wreck ourselves in pursuit of stoke
Think the effects of a warming planet are only theoretical? If you spend any time recreating outside, they're suddenly everywhere you look.
It's time to lay down some guidelines for what counts as etiquette among rivals, friends, and professional athletes