A Dream Line Realized: Otterbody Route

A Dream Line Realized: Skiing The Otterbody by Teague Holmes I just left a grip of incredible steep couloirs in Cooke City Montana. It was raining.This is my spring ski

Waiting for Winter

The days are getting shorter, bike shops have changed over to ski and snowboard shops, and your new season pass sits patiently on your dresser. Winter’s close, but throwing on

Profile: Jessie Diggins

Hi! I’m Jessie. I’m a professional cross country skier. In other words, I sweat, wear spandex and ski uphill for a living! My year looks something like this: starting May 1st, I

Let’s Talk

I had a friend who spent a year and half on the Camino de Santiago. The long walk was intoxicating and hard to break up with. Meeting people, the enjoyment

Real Food 4 Real Play

    Check out the festival links for line ups, video and general vibe overview.  Red Ants Pants Festival, July 28th – 31st ,White Sulphur Springs, MT  29th Annual Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival, August

Mountain Run Off

With two national parks and thousands of square miles of red rock landscape, Moab is the best of Utah, and one of the best destinations for anyone with wheel problem.

Embrace Your Inner Goonie at the Teton Ogre AR

  Who doesn’t crave a treasure map and some challenging terrain? Well you can pack the gear but the map isn’t your call in Adventure Racing—no one is going to

Italy Divide

Jay Petervary just got back from Italy racing in a bikepacking event, Italy Divide. It was 850km of, non-stop, type 2 fun. He finished first. Jay was there 2 years ago helping to establish the

Mama’s Know How

As it stands, I am just over six months out from the birth of my first kiddo, Penelope. Experiencing pregnancy, birth and postpartum as an athlete has been a roller

The Art of Suffering

The Art of Suffering by By Vasu Sojitra, KRF Ambassador It’s cold, very cold; enough to seep into your bones and take several cups of hot chocolate and a warm fire