I’ve wanted a titanium mountain bike ever since I started mountain biking. Of course, 1993 Justin had no idea that,…
Right now, the Boeing 747-8i is one of the coolest, newest airliners flying. People who are into air travel should…
I have a great guest post from Debbie Lee for you today. Debbie is the community manager at Trippy.com, a…
After too many miles of travel and too many good, hard hits, my old JVC headphones broke. Not too surprising…
Check out an American Airlines review that tells the good and the bad of four flights around the United States – from ragged MD-80s to cool android AA apps.
By now, just about every elite blogger has scored a free ride on the 787 Dreamliner. But what’s the Boeing wunderflugzeug like for a regular guy who pays for a cheap seat? Find out!
I hate most mountain bike reviews. Find out why, and how I approach gear reviews to make them more interesting and more relevant.
After more than 10 years of running, I get to try my first pair of adidas running shoes. Are they the best running shoes I’ve ever worn? Find out in this review.
I’m not much for the group-think that can plague mountain biking: You have to ride a 29er; you have to be on Strava. And of course, you absolutely must ride a RockFoxocchi. But I found an alternative to the usual suspects of mountain bike suspension.
There’s now a reason besides Papago Brewing to visit the Papago Plaza in south Scottsdale – and it’s Hot Yoga University.
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.
The 2012 Scottsdale Night Run managed to get one of the most important elements of running a race dead wrong: water. It’s May in Arizona. That means every water station should be in place before the starting gun ever goes off.
Last year, Switch Vision sent me a pair of sunglasses for review. My initial review had a lot of praise. Now, you can find out how they’ve withstood the test of time.
Take a look at Switch sunglasses – their interchangeable lenses are held in-place with magnets. How do they work, how do they look, and where can you get some?