Meet the Monied Gearhead Rebel That Beat Ford in the 2019 Baja 1000

When the clouds of grit finally settled at the 2019 Baja 1000, the grueling off-road race through the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, an unlikely star emerged: the Boot, an all-terrain vehicle from SCG, a manufacturer you’ve probably never heard of. With just 47 seconds left before the 800-mile race’s 34-hour cutoff, the fangy, bug-eyed,Continue reading “Meet the Monied Gearhead Rebel That Beat Ford in the 2019 Baja 1000”

Moving Into a New Place? 5 Easy Ways to Feel More Settled

Sponsored Content Here are five ways to feel more settled, sooner. Whether you scored a new job across the country or finally found a place in that neighborhood you’ve been eyeing, moving is equal parts exciting and overwhelming. Making your new house feel like a home is a gradual process, but it’s worth the effort.Continue reading “Moving Into a New Place? 5 Easy Ways to Feel More Settled”

The Talent War | How Companies Can Win The Battle For Top Talent

The most successful businesses are the ones that can effectively navigate unforeseen challenges. Nobody predicted a pandemic would cause a global economic shutdown in 2020, but every company has been forced to adapt. Some succeeded and others folded, but this year’s challenges have underscored the importance of building a talented team. Of course, identifying talentContinue reading “The Talent War | How Companies Can Win The Battle For Top Talent”

Take A Glimpse Into Ireland’s Burly Surf Culture

This article originally appeared on Surfer.com and was republished with permission. It wasn’t that long ago that Ireland was barely a blip on the surf world’s radar. But as Irish surf culture steadily developed,  clips of them riding bigger and burlier waves continued to surface. In late October, a monster swell from Hurricane Epsilon slammedContinue reading “Take A Glimpse Into Ireland’s Burly Surf Culture”

The Adaptive Bike Helping Paraplegic Riders Get Back on the Trail

This article originally appeared on Bikemag.com and was republished with permission. In the early 90’s, Christian Bagg was at the top of his game. He was pushing the limits during the early days of both snowboarding and mountain biking. He was riding on the edge and searching for that next thrill––bigger, steeper, faster. But oneContinue reading “The Adaptive Bike Helping Paraplegic Riders Get Back on the Trail”

Sierra Nevada Celebration IPA Is Fall’s Perfect Party Beer

This year marks my 20th anniversary of moving to New York City, a temporary adventure turned into a more or less permanent perch, a writing career, a marriage, and a daughter. This month she turns seven, a second-grader in an unprecedented school year, the weird weeks zigzagging forward. I’ll always look back on that NovemberContinue reading “Sierra Nevada Celebration IPA Is Fall’s Perfect Party Beer”

Leatherman Has a Multitool for Everyone on Your Holiday Shopping List

This article was produced in partnership with Leatherman. Sometimes adventures—and everyday life—follow Murphy’s Law: Anything that can go wrong, will. But one mishap doesn’t have to derail your camping weekend or your commute. With a good multitool in your arsenal, you can handle quick repairs and hands-on tasks with ease (and without carrying an entireContinue reading “Leatherman Has a Multitool for Everyone on Your Holiday Shopping List”

Emily Harrington Becomes First Woman to Free Climb El Cap’s ‘Golden Gate’ in One Day

Climbing media outlets worldwide are reporting this week that Emily Harrington, the 34-year-old professional climber out of Tahoe City, CA, has free-climbed Golden Gate on El Capitan in fewer than 24 hours. Her ascent marks the fourth time a woman has free-climbed El Cap in a day, starting with Lynn Hill on the Nose inContinue reading “Emily Harrington Becomes First Woman to Free Climb El Cap’s ‘Golden Gate’ in One Day”

Watch: This Tahitian Surfer Getting Barreled on a Foil Board Is Insane

This article originally appeared on Surfer.com and was republished with permission. For many surfers, just getting barreled is challenging enough. Foil surfing undoubtedly presents its own set of challenges. Getting barreled while riding a foil board? That’s a whole different level of difficulty and sketchiness. Well, Tahitian Matahi Drollet attempted that exact feat and livedContinue reading “Watch: This Tahitian Surfer Getting Barreled on a Foil Board Is Insane”