Whenever I travel, I can count on my fear of heights to rear up at least once per trip. Here’s what happens in my head when the exposure and consequences for error escalate.
Sometimes, I cross the fine line between brilliant bargain hunter and mere low-rent cheapskate. And it usually happens with mountain bike products. Here’s my list of stuff that’s burned me the worst.
I take my first ride on new trails near Pima & Dynamite in Scottsdale. How did city workers do on this trail project? Read on to find out.
When I travel, I’m always on the lookout for something new to try. I have a new “to do” on my list: the stand up paddle board. Here’s what I’ve learned about a growing sport.
I hate comparing anything to Fight Club – especially a mountain bike trail. But I have no choice with the Fantasy Island North Singletrack.
Bike mechanics know when you’ve been abusing or neglecting your bike – just like the dentist can tell that your choppers haven’t seen floss for the last four years. Here are some of the least-believable lines you can spring on your local mechanic.
One of my favorite mountain bike trails just got a little nip and tuck. Find out if it’s good, bad or ugly.
A guidebook leaves me unprepared for a hike near Busan, South Korea – and makes me reflect why I think good travel bloggers are now more credible than guide books.
I once posted a list of 6 Horrible Things People do to Their Bikes. Let’s flip that around in a different direction … and look at AWESOME things people do to their bikes.
Surprising absolutely no sane person, Lance Armstrong admitted to Oprah – and an extra-large slice of her viewership – that he doped. And I really don’t care.
Who makes bike parts that stand up to years of hard use? Here’s where I sing the praises of those who are worthy – and ask about your tried-but-true favorites.
Here’s my first-ever roundup of cool content I’ve unearthed from other bloggers.
There’s now a reason besides Papago Brewing to visit the Papago Plaza in south Scottsdale – and it’s Hot Yoga University.
As a long-time mountain biker, I’ve owned more than my share of bikes. But there’s one that really made a change in my life that no other bike will equal.
I went to my first cyclocross race – the Heavy Metal Hammerfest. Here are a few thoughts about all the fun and action.
Bacon or chocolate? A pint of craft beer or a wedge of aged gouda? The family dog or cat? All choices nobody wants to make. My favorite hiking destinations offer the same conundrum. So what’s the winner – Iceland’s Landmannalaugar or New Zealand’s Tongariro Alpine Crossing?
While I was in Norway, I tested the tasc Performance Merino wool/bamboo fiber long-sleeve shirts. Here’s what I thought.
Take a look at the clean, utilitarian work of Idaho-based Civilian as it takes a different approach to making bicycles.
The price of the Olympic Games opening ceremony is a sign of a sporting event gone wrong. But what can you do to change it? Well, it’s really pretty easy.
See how the Rise energy bars fare during a brisk little test – an 8-hour hike on the Besseggen trail in Jotunheimen, an epic Norwegian national park.