Adventure

All in for the long ride

At the Boulder Transit Center on 14th Street, Tom Sampson loads his bike onto the rack of the N bus and fastens down the...

Nothing will slow her down

Every morning, Amanda Bammann wakes up in South Boulder, cleans her place, works on the computer for a little bit and then starts training....

100-mph moments

Ian Reid arrives late for his interview. He’s hard to recognize at first, with a full-face helmet and motorcycle leathers giving him an urban...

Pedaling to Standing Rock

As resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) in North Dakota has grown throughout the year, Scott Mackenzie-Low felt the personal call to join...

Becoming a ninja

At 16, Bobby Reedy knew he wanted to be a ninja — a ninja warrior, that is. To help him become a contestant on...

No excuses, just run it

It’s no surprise when Krystalanne Curwood suggests sitting on the patio at The Laughing Goat Coffeehouse on Pearl Street, despite the wind. It seems reflective of...

From rescue to recovery

In 1997, Tom Wood sold everything he owned and cruised the long, flat road from Ohio to Colorado. He had no job, no place...

The magic journey

Imagine you’re a skier, a person who loves the snow and the mountains, someone who would do anything to make a life that involves...

The yoga lady

Often, someone will stop Dee Marie on the street in Boulder and say, “Hey, you were the yoga lady at my . I still...

Composers go into the wild and come home transformed

There is a wildness in the natural world that most of us never meet. But when we do, we are likely to be transformed. “I...

One way or another

Injuries often take athletes out of the game, but for Boulderite J.T. Thompson, a fractured neck gave him the push he needed to enter...

Ski movie or environmental statement?

There are ski movies and then there are ski movies. Today we’re going to talk about a ski movie, one from a little Colorado...
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