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  1. 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.

  2. Green Mountain

    As the most accessible of the three Boulder peaks, Green Mountain is a true local's favorite with great views and an established character.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. Q&A With Nate English: Berkeley-Based Bike Guru

    Nate English is professional cyclist in the San Francisco area who makes a habit of riding up one of the most challenging mountains in the Bay Area.

  9. Hallie Blunck

    Hallie Blunck put medical residency on hold to pursue her dream of competing as a pro triathlete. During her last two years of medical school.

  10. The Crash Pad: Chattanooga's Uncommon Hostel

    The Crash Pad hostel and Flying Squirrel bar have made an indispensable imprint on the face of the Chattanooga scene, and the owners gave us the inside scoop.

  11. Rocky Mountain Brew Runs

    Rocky Mountain Brew Runs are a "no brainer," as event event promoter, Lauren Jones puts it. Who doesn't want a cold one after a nice run?

  12. Journey Racing

    There’s something about adventure racing. Something about the mud and the bugs, the slippery scree slopes, etc. that make it oddly addicting

  13. Bearwallow Beast 5k Trail Run and Festival

    Now in its third year, the Bearwallow Beast 5k Trail Run and Festival, dubbed the “Southeast’s fiercest 5K,” returns on Sunday, May 4.

  14. Portland Saturday Market

    “Keep Portland Weird.” An unofficial town motto stolen from Austin, like it or not, is an apt phrase depicting the culture and inhabitants of the City of Roses. Equally, and perhaps even more fitting, would be, “Keep Portland Artis...

  15. French Broad River Festival

    The French Broad River Festival is a fun, quirky event that kicks off the spring outdoor season in the Asheville area. Live music, paddle races

  16. Rocky Hill Ranch

    Rocky HIll Ranch is Austin's Trail Sports Mecca, home to excellent mountain biking and trail running in a truly unique area of Central Texas

  17. For the Love of the Incline

    The infamous Incline in Manitou Springs, CO was finally designated an official trail last February, and has since become a local favorite among hikers and runners.

  18. Rowing Austin

    Rowing Austin's Lady Bird Lake is a surprisingly serene experience, considering it's in the heart of downtown, and is a great workout for your min

  19. The Spot: A Look Into America's First Indoor Bouldering Facility

    Opened in 2002, The Spot, in Boulder is America's oldest indoor bouldering gym, and it continues to get better and better.

  20. H2o Dreams

    H2o Dreams is a white water paddling company that's creating a community of kayakers who will use their sport to support natural areas and resources.

  21. Slow Food, Fun Ride

    Cycle to Farm Tours give cyclists in the Asheville area a chance to enjoy a fun group ride followed by an after party with fresh, slow food.

  22. Carolina Half Ironman

    The Carolina Half Ironman will be held in Charlotte, NC this year for only the second time. 400 brave, fit participants will take on the grueling

  23. Catching Waves

    Catching Waves in Charleston may not compare to Mavericks or other world-class surfs, but increasingly, slow wave surfing in South Carolina is becoming a must-do surf experience.

  24. Northwest Paddling Festival

    The Northwest Paddling Festival will be held this May 9-10th on the Sammamish River in Issaquah.

  25. Ride & Tie

    Ride & Tie races? It’s a two person, one horse endurance race that combines the strength and agility of all three participants.

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