We visit New England’s premiere outdoor gear manufacturer.
MIPS technology has made helmets even safer. Which one is best for your head?
The first shelter and sleep system designed for bikepacking.
The chili pepper bike built for logging long miles
Rocky Mountain Bike’s crew of hooligans push fat bikes to new levels of fun having.
Overland Journal hits Flipboard for Travelers’ top 25.
In the Wake of the Quake: Nepal is Open for Business
Salsa Cycles dispatches a small crew to tour the tall towers of Montana.
You decided what to take. Now you have to fit it onto your bicycle.
Feather light but hotter than Hades
I took Salsa Cycles’ newest touring platform to the high peaks of Southern Colorado for a proper shakedown.
I take the first of many rides to come on Salsa’s latest adventure touring bike.
It’s been around for a long time, and still remains one of the best bike platforms available.
As the name implies, this formidable stove burns nearly any fuel you can get your hands on.
After roughly 1,023.6 miles, I’m ready to give my personal verdict on one of the most lauded adventure bicycles on the road, or trail, or both.
Six days, 215 miles in the desert Southwest.
I take Rocky Mountain’s latest bike, one purpose-built for overland travel, on a 100 mile ride on the White Rim.
Who says fat can’t be fast?
Access is not always all or nothing. Will overlanders support restricted visitations to our wild places?