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This company keeps customers fueled on hikes, rides, and runs with its Ethiopian-inspired plant-based snacks

This Florida gym has created an inclusive rock climbing space

This Oakland, California bike company believes in custom bikes for custom people

This Philadelphia-based company produces high-quality handmade bags for cyclists

A GoFundMe campaign saved this Texas-based outdoor gear shop

This sustainable apparel company designs clothes for freedom seekers

This New York City-based company is helping more people access the outdoors through adventure-focused experiences

A new glamping destination called Camp Bespoke is set to open in Kentucky, if the project can meet fundraising goals

This Pittsburgh-based company is inspiring more Black women to cycle while rocking its sleek gear

This Georgia RV park offers more than just a place to hook up for the night

This travel company organizes the largest camping event in the nation

This San Diego-based company offers accessories to keep your extremities protected during outdoor adventures

The only independent African American-owned running specialty store in the country is committed to finding the right shoes for any feet

This Virginia-based footwear and apparel company offers high-quality, stylish, comfortable products at an affordable price

This bicycle company offers premium bicycles, e-bikes, apparel, and soon, motorcycles

Earl B. Hunter, Jr. wants to make Black folks feel safe outdoors—and level the economic playing field in the process

This New York-based business offers handcrafted, lightweight outdoor backpacks, bags, and accessories

This Massachusetts-based store offers a highly curated collection of outdoor apparel and accessories

A history-making gear shop is in dire trouble. Let's rally together to save it.

This California-based company offers top quality fenders and socks for cyclists

This Arizona-based adventure and fitness experience outfit offers guided outdoor hikes

Meet the founder of Black Folks Camp Too, a marketing and consulting firm dedicated to introducing more Black people to the joys of camping and engaging outdoor brands to welcome them

This Baltimore, Maryland-based business offers mittens for runners who don’t take winters off

Combatting racism and practicing allyship in the outdoor industry requires tangible action. Here's how to get started.

This black-owned outdoor store is built around faith, and being a safe space for all identities and communities