After three years of sold-out events for women-identified and non-binary people, Flash Foxy introduces an extension where men are welcome, too

I witnessed history, of a sort, from my desk, watching a free livestream of the first-ever virtual race for pro cyclists

Sal Masekela, first son of a Haitian immigrant and a legendary South African jazz musician, was the face and voice of the X Games, Red Bull’s Media House, and the Olympics. Now, as the meteoric growth of the action-sports industry comes back to earth, the most connected man in the room is left wondering what’s next.

Everything you need to know about the biggest downhill skiing races of the season

From New York to Phoenix—and from 5 kilometers to 500 miles

The former white-boy rapper and mega-successful serial entrepreneur has become a bestselling wellness author and Tony Robbins-style life coach. His latest venture, a highly social weekend of walking up mountains until you drop, called 29029, is pitched as a new breed of restorative endurance event. But is this just a brutal group hike with good marketing?

Stephanie Gilmore's record-tying seventh world title signals the perfect end to the most progressive year in professional surfing history

As the Camp Fire continues to devastate Northern California, the canceled North Face Endurance Challenge provided an opportunity for runners to do some good, and gain some perspective

The legendary surfer brothers on the power of stoke and their new documentary

With dozens of mountain bike companies and world-class trails, these demo events are the perfect way to find your new ride

After 18 years of putting on the marathon show, race director Peter Ciaccia is ready to move on

Life Time Fitness recently purchased the Dirty Kanza 200, the latest in a string of indie races to be scooped up by major corporations

They’re dorky, antisocial, and dangerous. So should we outlaw them?

Last week, surfing became the latest sport to close the prize-money gender gap. So where does that put us on the greater path to equality in sports?

It's the seemingly mundane storms that will catch you off guard. Here's how to never let that happen.

Can the woods fix what ails you?

Last week, a mountain biker hucked himself over the peloton. But he certainly wasn't the first.

The long, convoluted history of the struggle for a top-flight—and lasting—European women’s stage race

Spitfire excels at the curious sport of dock diving, or, in other words, jumping really, really far. That skill has landed him and his owner, 13-year-old Sydney Mackey, five world records—and counting.

During the 2018 California L'Eroica, Bike Snob NYC braved saddle sores and a single pizza-size gear on a century-old Mead Ranger—all in an attempt to prove that bike technology hasn't gotten that much better. Or to prove that, well, maybe it has.

Beer tents, circus acts, and Olympic-caliber performances: the Night of the 10,000 PBs is the future of track and field

The post-exercise recovery trend has produced mountains of new research. But can you trust the results?

Man-made waves, the inaugural World Surf League Founders’ Cup, and other desert oddities

No more VPNs or sketchy pirate feeds. Here’s how to get almost every race in every discipline, all year, for less than $200.

What elite athletes wish they had known when they first started climbing

On April 19-22, 2018 filmmakers from across the globe will be descending on Carbondale, Colorado for the annual 5Point Film Festival.

Pro climbers and guides share their perspectives on why an event like the Women's Climbing Festival matters to them and to the sport at large

Reality-TV stars never sustain long careers. Just don't tell that to Grylls.

That fact was made painfully clear Sunday night when an autonomous Volvo XC90 hit and killed a woman who was walking her bike across the street in Tempe, Arizona

Your first ultra will be hard, but these races will make it just a bit easier

We must resolve the sexism ingrained in cycling—starting with ditching the outdated practice of flanking successful male athletes with scantily clad women

Because your Garmin can’t help you navigate your relationships

A permitting issue and public dispute between the mayor of Honolulu and World Surf League CEO Sophie Goldschmidt may have just killed surfing's most iconic event

As sea levels rise and megastorms become more frequent and intense, answering that question might be the key to preserving coastal life as we know it

It may be the key to happiness and sustainable performance

After a nearly two-decades-long fight, women will surf in the iconic event. It's about time officials recognized what these athletes have been doing for the past half century.

After nearly 20 years of racing, the skier announced her retirement. The sport will be poorer for her absence.

A semi-detailed list of everything we know (and we still have plenty of questions) about possible public land closures starting tomorrow if the lights go out for the feds

Why? Because there’s no good reason for them not to.

Behold the astonishing explosion of alpine sports in the People’s Republic—as directed, promoted, and financed by the Communist Party in the run–up to the 2022 Beijing Olympics

EnergyNet, an online auction company from Amarillo, Texas, is set to make a fortune from oil and gas leases under the Trump administration. And good luck finding a way to protest.

The family has long argued that the government was willing to bend the rules to put the family away—now a judge seems to be listening

You don't need to get kitted up before every ride

Deck out your home with these backyard barbeque toys.  (Courtesy Filson) Filson Apron ($95) Made from durable, machine-washable, antique tin cloth, this rugged apron is functional BBQ steeze at its best, with an adjustable nylon neck strap, oil-finished trim, and five pockets for all your grilling tools.

Dallas Seavey's current predicament shows how the sport's most visible event, wary of controversy, has closed in and tightened the rules. It should do the opposite.

On average, the town of Bergen, Norway, gets 242 days of rain a year—not ideal for the host of one of Europe's biggest cycling races. But when you consider the mountainous coastal roads, the Bergenseres' passion for cycling, and their outspoken, often brash local patriotism, it starts to seem like the perfect location to hop on a bike and ride.

Writer and climber Jeff Johnson was near the base of El Cap when a chunk of rock the size of an apartment building broke off above him. Here's what he saw next.

Meet the surfers set to ride moving mountains at the first event of its kind

Uberman, a SoCal ultra-triathlon with a 21-mile swim, a 400-mile bike ride, and a 135-mile run, might be the most demanding challenge of its kind. But in the eyes of its founder, the physical goal is secondary to the mental one.

All the strategies, gear, and tips you need to cross the finish line

It's only going to happen once in our lifetimes—better make sure you don't screw up your soundtrack

Colorado's inaugural Velorama was a colorful combination of bike racing, music, and fan-friendly spectacle aimed at giving road racing in the US a shot in the arm.

Yes, televised track and field can be exciting. But don’t take our word for it.

Recommendations for how to safely enjoy the sun, sand, and water

Andy Samberg and Murray Miller's new mockumentary, complete with a strange supporting role for Lance, tests tortured fans' sense of humor

It's too long, too male, too boring, and in desperate need of a rethink

In an effort to be more inclusive and entice more viewers, the 2020 Games will feature a mixed 4x400

Rock climbers from around the world suffer under Patxi Usobiaga. But why?

What does it mean to have a body that's ready for a music festival? Nate Dern heads to the gym—and then Coachella—to find out.

The Outdoor Industry Association tacks on another $200 billion in direct consumer spending to their 2012 estimate, but we won't get the official number until 2018

Last weekend, the North Face’s Chile brand put on Latin America’s biggest—and loudest, and rad-est, and rowdiest—bouldering competition.

If we want to create a new generation of activists who care about the environment and women's rights, then children need to be exposed to political controversy

Though it is humble, it will always come to the rescue when nothing else seems right

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other media on our radar

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The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other happenings on our radar

The books, movies, music, podcasts, and other happenings on our radar

For those who run, the sport is a subject of inexhaustible interest. From goosebump-inducing trail porn to the most thoughtful ruminations on running and life, here's how we stock our running library.

Winners and losers from today’s historic ruling, and other takeaways

The film-fest veterans of Outside share what they love about the event—and give their best tips so you can soak it all up, too

You're going to fill every free day—from Memorial Day through Labor Day—with wild races, delicious food and drink, good music, and an abalone or two

Never try to out-drink a chef and other assorted tales of woe

Love it or hate it, people are whipping around dirt courses on bikes with motors. Last weekend, the Sea Otter Classic, an annual event in Monterey, California, that celebrates the arrival of bike season, held the first-ever large-scale eMTB race.