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  1. Pedal For People

    The Wine Country Bike Trek is a great way for people to have a great life experience while helping a charity. You can pedal for people.

  2. Rolling with Al Brody

    Al Brody is a 55 year old retired veteran who currently spends any moment he gets in the outdoors. Whether it's cycling, paddling, or scrambling, this guy does it all.

  3. 6 Places to Watch the World Cup in Chattanooga

    The beautiful game is about to kick off on the world's biggest stage, so here are 6 places to watch the World Cup in Chattanooga. Be sure to visit all of them.

  4. Fly Like a Bird: Paragliding in Jackson Hole

    In Jackson Hole, WY, there is a really great paragliding community and company that makes it easy for residents to fly like a bird.

  5. SB Mountain Bike Trail Volunteers: The Unsung Heroes of the Trails

    In Santa Barbara, mountain bike trail volunteers from SBMTV ensure that the area remains home to one of best MTB trail systems in the country

  6. Flagstaff’s Hullabaloo

    Flagstaff's Hullabaloo festival has been earning awards as the best annual event for the past four years. With live music, craft beer, & plenty more, it's easy to see why.

  7. Girl Power

    It's all about girl power this summer in Chicago. Check out this local list of all the women-specific races happening in the Windy City this summer.

  8. Colorado Springs Hikes with a Mission

    There are many different ways to go on a hike. In Colorado Springs, choose to go on hikes with a mission.

  9. Beat Charlotte’s Heat

    If you're looking for ways to beat Charlotte's heat this summer, here are a handful of great paddling options heading out in every direction from the city.

  10. 7 Beautiful Backpacking Getaways Near Chattanooga

    From Prentice Cooper State Forest, to the Great Smoky Mountains, here's a rundown of some of the best backpacking getaways near Chattanooga.

  11. Trail Days 2014

    From May 16-18, Damascus, VA will once again play host to the wonderfully wacky Trail Days festival.

  12. Sunday in San Francisco: Recapping a Very Festive Weekend

    This past Sunday in San Francisco was one of the most festive days the city has witnessed in 2014. Here's a recap of exactly what went down.

  13. The Lowdown on Jackson Hole's Burgeoning Mountain Biking Scene

    Mountain Biking in Jackson Hole is becoming an increasingly popular activity, and we sat down an important figure in the MTB community to discuss her favorite trails.

  14. Run & Recover

    Here are three of the best places to run & recover in Birmingham, Alabama.

  15. Bike the Drive

    Bike the Drive closes iconic Lake Shore Drive to motor vehicles in favor of bicycles for five hours on the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend.

  16. Amgen Tour of California

    The Amgen Tour of California was held last week, and it traveled through some very scenic wine country that local riders know and love.

  17. For the Birds: How Teton Raptor Center Saves Lives

    Jackson Hole is home to a world-class raptor rejuvenation center that helps save lives of beautiful birds and educates people about these birds.

  18. Women on Wheels

    Cyclofemme unites women on wheels from around the world, and a handful of cycling groups in Alabama are huge supporters of the international day of cycling.

  19. The All Trails Challenge

    Forest Park is the largest forested municipal park in the country, and every year, people sign up for the All Trails Challenge to celebrate it.

  20. Outdoor Divas: Serving Outdoorsy Women in Boulder

    Outdoor Divas, in Boulder, CO, is the first women-specific specialty outdoor retail store, and it's earned a very loyal following because of its devotion to quality.

  21. StumpJump 50k Founder and Chattanooga’s Trail Running Ambassador: Matt Sims

    Matt Sims is the type of person you want to spend your time with, and he's also the founder of the coolest trail races in Chattanooga.

  22. Food for Fun- Part One

    Charlotte is blessed with some truly wonderful farmers markets, and some of them are conveniently located right next to great outdoor areas.

  23. Outdoor Nashville

    Neel Deshpande, a special programs manager for Outdoor Nashville, wants the city he's played in for years to become a hub for recreation.

  24. School's Out!

    School's out for the summer, which means it's the season for summer camps in the Birmingham area, and luckily, there are some great options.

  25. Cycling in Seattle on a Saturday

    The Emerald City is one of the friendliest bike cities in the nation; here's the Insider's Guide to cycling in Seattle on a Saturday.

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