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Feb
A Case for Mountain Biking Norway Posted By dan on
Mountain Biking in Norway

If Norway was low on your travel bucket list, you may want to reconsider after seeing this mountain bike footage from the Lofoten Islands. Did we mention the Northern Lights? What are you waiting for.

4
Jan
Yurbuds: Best Headphones Ever. Posted By dustin on
Yurbuds inspire pro

Hey guys, just wanted to tell you all about this awesome product we found while we were at the Outdoor Retailer Show.  The product is called Yurbuds and I have to be honest they have to be the best things ever invented for people who love being active outdoors and love their music.  It seems [...]

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The Switch Aero System by Redshift Sports lets you get the most out of your road bike. The system’s Quick-Release Aerobars and Dual-Position Seatpost allow you to transition on-the-fly between your normal road position and a true aero position, without even slowing down. The system is perfect for cyclists, triathletes, or anyone looking for a [...]

7
Jun
GoPro Mountain Games! Posted By dustin on
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The 2013 GoPro Mountain Games are underway! Day one kicked off with some exciting kayak action on the class V rapids of Homestake Creek at the Bud Light Steep Creek Championships. The GoPro Mountain Games got off to a wet start as almost 50 kayakers from around the world plunged down Homestake Creek, racing for the fastest [...]

Planning Guide to mountain biking trails in Moab Utah

Planning a mountain bike trip to Moab? Check out this weekend guide for the best places to ride, refuel, and stock up on gear. We can help with the weekend planning, but you’re on your own for explaining the bruising and general lack of focus back at the office come Monday. Day 1, Friday: Warming [...]

Here are 11 entry level road bikes starting around $700. See on www.bicycling.com

17
Mar
Climbing Colorado’s Fourteeners (14ers) Posted By dan on
Colorado 14ers

Here’s an indexed list of the Colorado 14ers. Click on the each peak’s name to view GPS files/maps, trip reports, and photos. Be sure to chronicle each summit in your Adventure Passport and add any unlisted Routes via the blue button located under the map on the RouteFinder ( you can also edit the routes to improve [...]

9
Jan
eXplorist 110 Posted By dustin on
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Magellan is excited to introduce the latest model in its eXplorist family of outdoor GPSs, the eXplorist 110. Rugged and waterproof with core outdoor navigation features, the eXplorist 110 is light and portable with powerful features at a lower price point. Features include a sunlight readable color display, GPS chipset with 3-5 meters of accuracy, [...]

7
Sep
Hunting Aspens: The Best Fall Color Hikes in Colorado Posted By dan on
Fall hiking in Colorado

If you live in Denver, the perfect autumn hike might be closer than you think. Here’s the skinny on when to see the leaves changing in 2011 and where to go for the best fall hiking in Colorado. Sign up for a  Free Adventure Passport to chronicle your hikes and share your outdoor adventures. When [...]

5
Sep
26th Annual Vinotok | Gunnison-Crested Butte, Colorado Posted By dan on
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Via Scoop.it – Outdoor Adventure The festival begins naturally with the Crested Butte Farmers’ Market on Sunday, Sept. 18. The market features fresh regional produce, preserves, arts and crafts, wine, cider, baked goods and other tasty treats from 10 a.m. Show original

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