Mountain Biking

Archive

Five wunderfamilies show how children are no impediment to real, no-holds-barred, self-supported adventure.

Discover the wild side of Greece and western Turkey with 12 getaways—from Spartan to Olympian.

Close encounters of the bear-human kind are skyrocketing, though actual attacks remain few and far between. Hopefully, new outreach education efforts will keep things that way.

Terror put a chill on global tourism, but adventure travelers—used to a little uncertainty—seem determined to stay on the road

Outside's guide to the coolest trips and the world's top new adventure travel spots.

Pancho Villa lives! Viva high adventure down in Mexico's Copper Canyon.

The skinny on rough-hewn adventure in the long, tall land that has it all: from deserts and salt beds to glaciers and geysers.

Using cutting-edge techniques, three young mavericks set out to tackle one of the hardest routes in the Himalayas

The Bighorn Mountains are still one of Wyoming's great wild redoubts

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

It’s not easy to add up all the ways in which Lance Armstrong has earned the title of American hero. Lance Armstrong Lance Armstrong First he was the fiery phenom, a brilliant athlete on the brink of greatness. Then he showed us the vulnerable, terrified, but always…

Pristine beaches, bioluminescent bays, angelfish-mobbed coral, and incoming artillery fire

Exploring the oldest protected rainforest, the soft coral reefs, and the all-night fêtes of the Caribbean's farthest reaches

The Pacific Rim's most explosive endurance sport combines speed, pain, and ancient tradition

Some of the most innovative boats ever built prepare for the fiercest race in sailing history

A Tex-Mex multisport adventure takes exhilarating turns in Big Bend country

Two-wheel trekking through the Baja backcountry

A gusty adventure in the wilds of Patagonia, both on bike and very suddenly off.

The Chiricahua Mountains are as rugged and diverse as the Galápagos but have one big advantage: They're right here at home.

Escaping the artistes and poseurs on the singletrack of San Miguel

The latest word in adventure travel: If you've got a fantasy, we'll make it happen

Back