Bike-Touring Colombia’s ‘Coffee Triangle’ Region
Singletrack Minds: How 1 Man and 2 Bike Brands Shaped an Industry
Curtis Inglis got fired from his first job at a bike shop. Thankfully, he didn't let that stop him. And he went on to shape the future of the bicycle industry.
First Look: ‘Future Gear’ From the 2019 Outdoor Retailer Summer Show
We got the scoop on exciting new gear before the doors open at North America’s largest outdoor industry trade show. The Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, held each year in Denver, highlights summer sports such as hiking, camping, trail running, and climbing.
2020 RAM EcoDiesel: Be a Rebel, Get a Diesel
Not only is the RAM EcoDiesel engine option back, but it's also now available in the RAM Rebel. RAM started the modern diesel half-ton truck segment, with this latest third-generation 3.0L V6 set to make it top dog once again.
Monday Bargains: 3 Steals to Start Your Week
Great outdoor gear at an amazing price: That’s our goal each Monday. Check out these bargains from Marmot, NEMO, and JBL.
Man Swims Manhattan, 10-Year-Old Climbs El Cap: This Week in Adventure
After a weekend in the great outdoors, catch up on the headlines you may have missed and get the week started with This Week in Adventure.
Trending: Our Top Outdoor Stories This Week
Here's a recap of popular stories this past week, June 9-15, 2019.
Buzz of the Blade Show: Chris Reeve Sebenza 31
The Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 took the knife world by storm this week. And, looking at this image, we can see why knife knuts want this folder in their pockets.
Woman Sends ‘Lightning Ascent’ of Mount Everest: San Fran to Summit in 2 Weeks
A new kind of Everest record now belongs to Roxanne Vogel, a GU sports nutritionist. She departed her coastal California home on May 10, summited the world's highest peak on May 22, and returned to California on May 24.
Mojipic: Road Rage (or Joy Riding) Gets a New Face
Mojipic is a new voice-controlled digital emoji display. You can now display your emotions on your car window, or anywhere for that matter.
YETI Launches Charleston Store, Aims at National Expansion
Known first for its coolers, YETI is growing as a mass-market consumer company. It plans to open stores across America that 'immerse customers in the brand.' We visited its grand opening in Charleston to learn more.
Osprey Exos 58 Review: Popular Lightweight Backpack Gets Better
The Osprey Exos 58 is a capable, multiday, framed backpack nearly as light as many frameless models. We put it to the test for this review.
On the Cutting Edge: 2019 Blade Show Winners
The 2019 Blade Awards are out. And we've got the lowdown on the best knives of the year.
Emerging Gear: Yakima Fishing, 600mm Lens, New Garmin GPS
A peek at emerging products from the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
Klean Kanteen Revamps Wide Insulated Bottle Line
The thermally insulated bottle now comes has a larger, multipurpose opening. And that's just one of the many new features Klean Kanteen rolls out with the TKWide.
Outdoorsy Brings RV Ownership Into the Digital Age
The all-new Outdoorsy Vehicle Purchase Program takes RV purchasing, financing, and rental into a seamless, wholly digital format.
The Gear I Used for My 1st Ultramarathon
Ultramarathons don't require all that much gear, but they do require a little, and each piece is extremely important. I used this gear to tackle a run beyond 26.2 miles.
This photo montage from Merrell displays powerful imagery from hiking trails around the world — and the people who populate them.
Patagonia by Bike: Watch Epic, Rainy Cycling Adventure in Chile
Skiing a Power Plant Looks Surprisingly Fun: Watch
Cycling’s Body Problem Examined in Specialized Video: Watch
280 Miles, 4 Days, 21 Hours: Watch Emelie Forsberg Set FKT on Kungsleden Trail
3 Favorite Camp Cocktails: Watch GearJunkie Editors’ Picks
3 Minutes of Pure MTB Shredding: Evil Bikes in Utah
‘Eagle Flight’ Takes No. 1: GoPro Top 10 Moments of Winter
‘The Running Pastor’ Film Profiles Faroe Island Runner