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AdventureMolly McCowan

America’s best section hikes

Don't have time to hike the AT, PCT, or CDT? Us neither. Try these more manageable section hikes instead.

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Category: Cycle

CycleMatt Minich

Middle America has its first great MTB town

Over the past 10 years, Bentonville, Arkansas has quietly built some of the best mountain biking infrastructure in America.

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WellnessKevin Linderman

Video: The healing power of bikes

For Marine Corps veteran Kevin Campagna, long-distance cycling is a form of therapy.

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TravelJan Bennett

The hardest ride of Lael Wilcox’s life

Bikepacking legend Lael Wilcox recently snagged the Fastest Known Ride on Mexico's Baja Divide route. It wasn't easy.

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TravelAndrew Winohradsky

How to fly with your bike (Part 2)

Packing your bike for air travel? Follow these tips to make sure it survives the trip.

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TravelAndrew Winohradsky

How to fly with your bike (part 1)

Traveling by air with your bike doesn't have to suck. With the right system, it can actually be a (relatively) cheap and efficient process.

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TravelJan Bennett

The route I’ll never race

The hottest new route in bikepacking is Mexico's 1,700-mile Baja Divide. As Jan Bennet writes, it's not a trip that should be rushed.

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CycleRoxanne Trujillo

What you need to bike all winter

You know those people who bike to work all year? They aren't crazy... they just have the right gear. In this piece, bike pro Roxanne Trujillo breaks down what it takes.

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CycleAndrew Winohradsky

What’s the deal with fat bikes?

Fat tires used to be a sort of novelty, but now they seem to be everywhere. In this piece, bike pro Andrew Winohradsky breaks down the market forces behind the trend.

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CycleKevin Linderman

Interview: Is the 24-hour race doomed?

Twenty-four hour mountain bike races are fading in popularity. Kathy Duryea wants to save them.

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TravelJan Bennett

4 beginner-friendly rides in Moab

Moab is famous for its technical MTB terrain, but the area has plenty to offer beginner/intermediate riders as well. In this piece, Jan Bennett rounds up her four favorite Moab moderates.

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