Learning to Lead

Julia Tellman is a long time member of the KRF production staff. When she’s not making bars she spends her time riding bikes, talking about bikes, and thinking about bikes.

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.

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

A Single Track Mind — Dylan Renn’s Focus

We always need to learn more. Dylan Renn is one of our newest ambassadors with unprecedented ambition for helping all ages learn more and broaden their horizons. We got a

Mana is Hawaiian for spiritual power. KRF is a big proponent of spiritual power. How else can real play occur? Mana. One the best places on earth that demonstrates mana,

Julia Tellman brings her kick-ass bar making skills to the table at Kate’s, and she is damn good at it. She is good at other things, too, including writing and

Be Here Now: Embracing the Off-Season

In my 20’s, off-season in the mountains meant throwing Halloween bashes, dumpster diving (not my brightest of moments), and lots and lots of, well, drinking. Waiting for the snow to

Sick Day: My Windows Phone Gig

By Tammy Donahugh This spring, I had the opportunity to do something pretty special. I rode my mountain bike in an online commercial for the new Microsoft Windows Phone. Not

From Hive to Health: Raw Honey

  I always wanted to be a beekeeper. Ever since I was little, I had a fascination with the black-and-yellow-striped creatures. I never feared honeybees, and thankfully, had no adverse

10 Signs You’re a Mountain Hipster

  Living up high kinda puts you in a time warp. Mainstream trends and fads take awhile to get here, but when and if they hit, they hit hard. You