August 1, 2020
Expert Tips on Transitioning Your Climbing Gym Skills to the Rock
Expert Tips on Transitioning Your Climbing Gym Skills to the Rock

Colorado-based climber Daniel Woods entered his first indoor competition at age eight. He’s since become a fixture on the elite-level climbing scene, winning the North....

Northern California Wildfire Surpasses Biggest Fire from Previous Seasons
Northern California Wildfire Surpasses Biggest Fire from Previous Seasons

Fire season in California has been harsh the past few years and this season is proving to be no different. Two enormous wildfires in Northern....

How To Set Up Your Road Bike For Adventure Riding And Bike Packing
How To Set Up Your Road Bike For Adventure Riding And Bike Packing

Many of us have ordinary road bikes, but still would like to go out and have fun adventures exploring far and wide! Today, Conor shows....

Blake Samson | Meet The GMBN Presenters
Blake Samson | Meet The GMBN Presenters

Born in Zimbabwe but now resident in the Isle of Wight, UK, Blake has travelled the world as a pro rider competing in the world’s....

What you need for BIKEPACKING | A Complete Packing List for a Bike Tour | Our Final Gear List
What you need for BIKEPACKING | A Complete Packing List for a Bike Tour | Our Final Gear List

THE COUNTDOWN IS OFFICIALLY OVER! Today we head out on our first bike tour/ bikepacking trip! After months of buying and testing gear, we finally....

Red Hill Loop (Cromer Heights)
Red Hill Loop (Cromer Heights)

A short loop using both the Cromer North Trail (Red Hill Main Trail) and Cromer Trail, which explores two trig station and an Aboriginal engraving....

A week of simple, delicious vegan meals
A week of simple, delicious vegan meals

Follow my adventures: Instagram: @sarahyak_ www.sarahyak.com Some things you should watch: The best speech you’ll ever hear https://youtu.be/es6U00LMmC4 Dairy is scary https://youtu.be/UcN7SGGoCNI Dominion https://youtu.be/LQRAfJyEsko Every....

The Efjord Cabin is a Glass Masterpiece
The Efjord Cabin is a Glass Masterpiece

Norway is lucky to have some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. It is a landscape of extremes, where snow-capped peaks plunge into....

Best Canadian Food To Eat in Canada!
Best Canadian Food To Eat in Canada!

Hey there, fellow foodie travelers! Today, we’re in Canda, talking about food! There are so many cool things to do in Canada, and all that....

Mountain Bike Action New Products: Oneup Components Switch Chainrings
Mountain Bike Action New Products: Oneup Components Switch Chainrings

OneUp’s new Switch chainrings not only eliminate the need to remove your crankset,... The post Mountain Bike Action New Products: Oneup Components Switch Chainrings appeared....

Weekend Warm-Up: Matterhorn
Weekend Warm-Up: Matterhorn

  The king of the Alps towers above the humble Swiss village of Zermatt, intimidating and tantalizing locals and visitors alike. The iconic pyramidal peak,....

Traversing the “Most Dangerous Hike in the World”
Traversing the “Most Dangerous Hike in the World”

Around 8:30 P.M. on September 2, 2014, I stood in my friend Dan’s kitchen in Interlaken, Switzerland, slicing some crusty bread and smothering it with peanut....

Thunder in Paradise Loop
Thunder in Paradise Loop

This route takes place on Shoshone-Bannock lands in Southern Idaho. Whether you’re a recent transplant of the burgeoning Boise boom or a wayward wanderer looking....

Arctic Adventures: Rallying the 2020 Alcan 5000 Rally
Arctic Adventures: Rallying the 2020 Alcan 5000 Rally

Long hours on ice-covered roads coupled with continual concentration seeped deeply into our bodies. After nearly 30 tanks of diesel and 10 days of white....

The Inland Paddler: Oh Garmin! Don’t Fail Me Now!
The Inland Paddler: Oh Garmin! Don’t Fail Me Now!

I am a slave to the data.  I live and die by my metrics. And I am addicted to wearables. Even though there is clearly....

Reader’s Rig: Matt’s Vintage Specialized Stumpjumper
Reader’s Rig: Matt’s Vintage Specialized Stumpjumper

Our Reader's Rig of the week is Matt Drange's vintage Specialized Stumpjumper, which he's had modified to fit disc brakes and built up into a....

10 Of The Best Mountain Bike Bodges | Bodge Like A Pro
10 Of The Best Mountain Bike Bodges | Bodge Like A Pro

Mountain biking by its very nature is a harsh sport, things can go wrong and may require a little bodge here or there to keep....

Riding the New Lines at Mountain of the Rogue — Rogue River, OR
Riding the New Lines at Mountain of the Rogue — Rogue River, OR

Nick McDaniel of the BLM, demonstrating how this line is done. The Mountain of the Rogue Trail System is a recently established bike optimized trail....

EXPLORING YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK IN OUR OFF-GRID TINY HOUSE DURING THE PANDEMIC
EXPLORING YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK IN OUR OFF-GRID TINY HOUSE DURING THE PANDEMIC

Become a Patron: https://bit.ly/2NCe02g Buy our van blueprint here: https://bit.ly/3gQ8a9U Get 10% off Buddha Pants using the code 'adventure' https://bit.ly/3eDbu7S In today's episode we're taking....

S2E4 Kayak Fishing Georgia Part 2
S2E4 Kayak Fishing Georgia Part 2

Another throw back to our early seasons of The Kayak Fishing Show with Jim Sammons. This episode is part two of our trip to Georgia,....

Video: How to Tie Mike’s Honey Ant
Video: How to Tie Mike’s Honey Ant

Mike Lawson's Honey Ant is easy to tie and very effective. One summer afternoon, we had a reception on the back lawn here at Orvis....

Accidents Happen… | Sailing Ruby Rose Ep 118
Accidents Happen… | Sailing Ruby Rose Ep 118

Yes, I fell off the boat.... But other stuff happens too! In our continued quest to get Ruby Rose ready for a new sailing season,....

My Hardest Day on a Bike Yet: 50 Miles on a Singlespeed Riding ‘Round the Peaks Loop in Flagstaff AZ
My Hardest Day on a Bike Yet: 50 Miles on a Singlespeed Riding ‘Round the Peaks Loop in Flagstaff AZ

The 'Round the Peaks Loop is a 50 mile bike route that circumnavigates Flagstaff's three main peaks. In this episode, Cody and I tackle this....

We Quit Our Jobs to Build a Cabin—Everything Went Wrong
We Quit Our Jobs to Build a Cabin—Everything Went Wrong

We were two or three weeks into building a cabin when the first two-by-four became the target of a sudden, white-hot flash of anger. It....

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