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Wednesday, July 24,2013

Drone taxidermy 101

By Jefferson Dodge and Joel Dyer
Unfortunately, we were unable to find a taxidermist in Deer Trail who could advise us on the subtle nuances and intricacies of properly stuffing and mounting a drone that one has bagged.
Thursday, July 18,2013

Winning without the battle

Re-defining the struggle with metabolism

By Matt Hoskins
Often when carrying extra weight it is easy to blame slow metabolism. But is the culprit that easy to identify and, if so, what is the mystery behind it?
Thursday, July 18,2013

Landlocked: The agony and opportunity of being a surfer in Colorado

By Tom Winter
Water covers 71 percent of the planet’s surface. You wouldn’t know this living in Boulder. In the rain shadow of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder has some water, but despite Boulder Creek and the reservoir, Boulder is landlocked. And for local surfers Dan Richardson and Sean Barry, that’s the biggest drawback of living here.
Thursday, July 11,2013

Climbing in Colombia: High and dry

Three U.S. adventurers navigate the Colombian climbing frontier

By Leia Larsen
Climbers are always looking for lines that push possibilities and take their abilities to a next realm. They push the limits of their mental and physical endurance while toeing the fine line between mastery of the unknown and reckless risk.
Wednesday, July 3,2013

Now Try This: Climbing a 14er

By Benjamin Roberts
If you’re not a dedicated hiker, climber or skier, the odds are you’ve never been above 14,000 feet outside an airplane. Daunting though it may seem, just about anyone can make it to the top with a little preparation, a free day and a touch of determination.
Wednesday, July 3,2013

Simple singletrack

No-frills destinations for the fat-tire crowd

By Tom Winter
There’s no doubt that there’s plenty of fantastic mountain biking surrounding Boulder. This is true despite occasional grumbling by the singletrack set. Sure, mountain bikers won’t get to taste the charms of the Mesa Trail anytime soon, but once you’ve tired of riding Walker Ranch or Marshall Mesa, instead of grumbling about lack of access, put some energy into something better: planning a road trip to some of the amazingly varied and high-quality riding that lurks within a day’s drive of the Boulder Bubble.
Thursday, June 27,2013

'Pedal a revolution'

Film records campaign to launch women’s cycling team in Afghanistan

By Cayte Bosler
Americans today may have a tough time imagining a woman riding a bicycle as taboo, but it was not too long ago that a female riding a bike was considered a sign of promiscuity and immorality.
Thursday, June 20,2013

Carbon-offset commuting

One cyclist's mission to ride almost 2,000 miles to offset driving to ski

By Dave Belin
I love to ski. I’m concerned about climate change. And I have an old car with nearly 200,000 miles on it. What do these three things have in common? Not much — except that they are all related to a goal I set in March to commute by bike this summer the equivalent number of miles that I drove to go skiing last winter.
Thursday, June 13,2013

Four hours, three adventures

Easy escapes for summer

By Tom Winter
As the heat of the summer starts to settle in, it’s time to think about escaping the sweltering pavements and overcrowded watering holes of Pearl Street. You won’t have to go far. Within four hours of Boulder, there are plenty of options to leave the crowds behind, cool off and find some elbow room. Here are three of our favorite escapes in summer.
Thursday, June 13,2013

Venturing out of the box

On quitting a 9-to-5 job and walking away from cubicle life

By James Dziezynski
The only thing standing between the complete merger of myself and corporate bliss was a persistent internal hourglass. You know the one. It measures and evaluates the roles we assume in life.