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The Australian WorldTour pro bikepacked the route from Brest to Paris

"I fell in love with cycling while watching the Tour each year with my father. When he was dying last summer, it became so much more than just the world's biggest bike race."

Climate change is melting the glaciers and permafrost of the Mont Blanc massif, revealing crystals hidden in pockets once covered in snow. Simon Akam tagged along on an expedition with one of the area’s most legendary hunters, a daring French alpinist who completes dangerous climbs to discover specimens worth tens of thousands of dollars.

On Sunday the gold medalist became the first American to take the eight-day stage race in Italy

From international hot spots to backyard breaks, here's where you’ll find the reigning women's world surf champ riding waves

Well, sort of. There's no racing on the roads yet, but pro teams are flocking to a digital version that will be broadcast to fans.

If you're taking this time to reassess your career or set some new adventure goals, here are four affordable courses to add to your list

Instead of figuring out what to do about the 2020 race, organizers should start planning for next year and use the opportunity to finally create a true women's Tour de France. Here's how it could work.

In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many governments have cracked down on the world's most elemental sport

With a résumé full of wins at kayaking's most prestigious competitions and historic first descents of the planet's deadliest whitewater, Nouria Newman is considered one of the greatest paddlers around. So why can't she turn her passion into a sustainable career?

A week of running rivers around Voss, Norway, with French kayaking sensation Nouria Newman and her buddies

'Saisons' is a celebration of getting outside during all four seasons in France's Massif Central region

While researching his new book 'Author in Chief,' our contributor discovered a forgotten piece of John Adams's life: the time he sailed to Europe during the Revolutionary War and barely survived

The "sunk cost" effect, a false sense of confidence, and fading backcountry skills may all explain why

Extend that layover—these megacities have plenty of outdoor activities within an hour or two of downtown

They say to spend money on experiences, not things—shouldn't gift giving be the same?

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