Being a pro cyclist is like going to school every day, coming home thinking you might have it all figured out, and then going back the next and realizing you’re still learning. More or less, it is a never-ending education.
In another awesome video from YETI we hear the story of Major League pitcher Daniel Norris.
No matter how much I train, my friends are all faster and it frustrates me. How do I stop comparing myself to others?
Out of the variety of tools exposed to me, the cam strap was the #1 game changer.
Nutrition and hydration on the bike are basic to survival and enjoyment. Regardless of the length of your ride, you need to stay hydrated.
A story to follow . . . A man and his $100k Stand Up Paddle board are currently wrapping up preparations for a solo journey across the Atlantic Ocean.
The first Saturday of November holds a gripping place in the mind of whitewater kayakers.
Matthew Busche, a seven-year pro road cycling veteran with Radio Shack, Trek and UnitedHealthcare and two-time U.S. National Champion
Down in the little mountain hamlet of Pagosa Springs, Colorado sits a little-known brand specializing in high-tech wool clothing production, 100 percent sourced and sewn in the States.
Today for Election Day, Patagonia takes the same stand, closing all US stores and offices to encourage you to get out and vote.
Over her nearly 30-year running and wellness career, Elinor Fish has helped thousands of runners improve their technique and health through Mindful Running
We stumbled on the SKATEISTAN project, one of the most compelling, person-to-person organizations in the world of action sports.
Tom Tolhurst, the company’s Technical Manager, jumped in to answer our questions with a humble charm that’s largely absent in the competitive cycling industry.
Active Junky is a big proponent of “truth in labeling,” so we’re troubled to learn that, while food must meet certain requirements to sport a USDA Organic logo
Jared Fetterolf, first place finisher at the Badwater, Cape Fear 51.4-mile event, got the nod from Chinese race organizers to go long in faraway Yunnan Province.
Turning existing components into a rideable, long-distance adventure bike propelled the Tumbleweed folks all the way to Mongolia.
From Fair Trade coffee to Fair Trade apparel, Active Junky appreciates companies that put effort in to ensuring fair wages and safe conditions for their workers.
Reebok is jumping in on the cost-effective and efficient world of 3D printing
Now they’ve put out a similar study, listing 48 states (sorry Hawaii and Alaska) in order of energy efficiency.
Bobby Brown takes his incredible park skiing kills into the backcountry in this short film.
A footwear technology made famous in “Back to the Future II,” and one sci-fi fans have been waiting for since the ‘80s, is finally a reality
WalletHub recently released a list put together by their analysts scoring the Greenest and Least Green major cities in America based on 20 factors
Finding meaningful nutrition that tastes good, is stomach-friendly and doesn’t combust in your bike jersey pocket is hard work.
Connecting consumers directly to the source of their burger
Showers Pass, a Portland-based company, impressed Active Junky with this quick demo of new, integrated reflective technology.
There's no denying the power of a coating of powder to inspire plans for adventure.
At the bike industry’s recent gathering in Las Vegas, InterBike, a young engineer, triathlete and industry commentator was introduced to me by a credible colleague.
The power of the bike to change perceptions, habits and communities has never been more obvious.
With two-row barley, organic yeast and a blend of organic Northwest hops as a base, Patagonia Provisions joined up with Hopworks Urban Brewery to add Kernza perennial grain in a spicy collab.
InterBike, the cycling industry’s biggest U.S. event, showcases all forms of cycling — and a world of materials used to create bikes.