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Viewfinder: James Kelly’s Downhill American Dream


For most people, the American dream is owning a nice house or making a comfortable living. James ‘The American Dream’ Kelly lives a little differently -- his dream involves whipping by traffic at 50 mph on a skateboard.

Going to Ground with Sea to Summit’s Comfort Plus Insulated Sleeping Mat


A soft, supportive sleeping pad turns going-to-ground into camping and sleep into slumber. Sea to Summit’s Comfort Plus Insulated Sleeping Mat promises big comfort and insulation without sacrificing portability.

Road Notes: Temazcal, Mayan Sweat Bath


Temazcal is a traditional Mesoamerican sweat lodge used for physical and spiritual cleansing. GP contributor Will McGough has suffered through it twice, at the Grand Playa Resort in Cabo and Live Aqua Resort in Cancun.

Want Supreme Mountain Luxury? Chopper up to Tantalus Hut


Tantalus Hut has no power or running water. But by backcountry standards, it's still a luxurious pad.

Photo Essay: Heli-Hiking the Tantalus Range in British Columbia


As far as recreation goes, heli-hiking is expensive. But it's also a means for everyday folk to access remote, sometimes impossible-to-reach parts of the world -- like the peaks of the Tantalus Range in British Columbia -- in a four-minute helicopter ride, instead of a four-day slog.

Heli-Hiking the Tantalus Range in British Columbia


As far as recreation goes, heli-hiking is expensive. But it's also a means for everyday folk to access remote, sometimes impossible-to-reach parts of the world -- like the peaks of the Tantalus Range in British Columbia -- in a four-minute helicopter ride, instead of a four-day slog.

This Week in Watches: October 29, 2014


This Week in Watches: IWC's Kurt Klaus celebrates his 80th birthday, Bell & Ross's BR-X1 chronograph, Graham's Silverstone RS line and more.

Three Attainable Adventures to Plan Today


From the Archives: We like to carpe the diem as much as the next guy, but it's okay to actually relax once in a while.

Today in Gear: October 29, 2014


Today in Gear: Trion Supercars -- handmade in America, Fitbit's sleekest wearable, Topo and Woolrich collaborate a second time and more.

Behind the Wheel: Jaguar F-Type Coupe


How do you take a spectacular Jaguar roadster that the world has anticipated for decades and make it divine?

The Giant TCX Advanced Pro 0 Is a Cyclocross Game Changer


Giant has emerged as a super power in cyclocross with weaponry that puts it ahead of the pack in the form of the TCX Advanced Pro 0 ($7,450), a fierce machine that’s fully strapped with everything that’s changing the game.

How To: Train for Cyclocross Like a Pro


You must have a finely tuned engine to compete in Cyclocross, but highly polished techniques can save you huge amounts of time over the course of a race.

30 Minutes With: Lars Van der Haar


Slight at 5’7” and 128 pounds, Dutch cyclocross star Lars van der Haar, 23, wields heavyweight power at the races.

Postcard: Harvesting Cranberries in Cape Cod


12:30 p.m. EST | West Yarmouth, MA -- To get from the bog to the bar cart, cranberries endure a strange journey.

The Cyclocross Experience


From the Archives: Sometimes you sprint at the end of a cyclocross race. But you always sprint at the beginning.

Today in Gear: October 28, 2014


Today in Gear: Aritson's smallest subwoofer, Ashton Kutcher models Lenovo's Yoga 3 Pro Hinge, Google Express is the real deal, a portable battery for smartphones and laptops, an app to find empty work space and more.

72 Hours in Muskoka


Muskoka is considered the "Hamptons of Toronto". Here's a guide to making the most of the cottage-dotted vacation spot.

Heritage and Leather with Bell & Oak’s Clint Wilkinson


Clint WIlkinson founded Bell & Oak's line of leather goods by following in his grandfather's footsteps, revitalizing his leatherwork business and capturing the spirit of Denton, Texas.

Viewfinder: The Man Who Turned Paper Into Pixels


A video essay on American mathematician, cryptographer and engineer Claude Shannon and his discoveries, which paved the road for the Information Age.

This Week in Motoring: October 27, 2014


This Week in Motoring: Tesla gets the boot in Michigan, the world's first working hoverboard, a vintage Maser up for auction, Chinese drones causing panic, a more potent i8 and more.


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