When Natalie found herself in the pouring rain with a snapped tent pole — not once but twice — her inner cavewoman took charge, breaking gear to fix gear.
When a career in the sex industry began to feel like a trap, Laura had one last hail Mary: cycle so far away from that life that she wouldn’t be able to find her way back. It’s the story of her greatest escape.
Our intrepid Road Tester got an early look at Surly's new green machine — the brand new Disc Trucker.
Do hybrid cable-actuated hydraulic disc brakes offer the best of both worlds or a cautionary tale about trying to have it all? A new offering from Yokozuna makes us wonder.
Revisiting a route already taken felt like a wasted opportunity, but instead unlocked a whole new experience.
Making the transformational experience of bicycle travel accessible to everyone is our work, inside and out.
A bear encounter in Montana brings a history of exclusion into focus.
It’s not entirely sure what we’re gearing up for right now — a long tour? Probably not. Everyday riding? Definitely. And fingers crossed for some things in between.
An epic first-time trek in a land of seascapes, sashimi, birds, and bears.
A bike ride may be a vehicle to leave tech behind, but a trio of devices we look at in depth could change the way you think about what gadgets are capable of.
In the final episode of Dynamo Jenny the Podcast, we honor the women who create a more inclusive era of cycling.
Episode 5 of Dynamo Jenny the Podcast looks at the tough moments, including one that led to a bad idea but a great story.
Stories in Episode 4 of Dynamo Jenny the Podcast defy cultural stereotypes of the adventurer.
Stories in Episode 3 of Dynamo Jenny the Podcast take you into the thick of a first-time experience.
Stories in Episode 2 of Dynamo Jenny the Podcast reveal the hidden pleasures and problems of exploring a new place by bicycle.
Episode 1 is an audio exploration of how the advent of the bicycle did and did not change public life for women.
A list of adventure book recommendations crowdsourced from the cycling community.
When the welcome committee is all men, all the time, cycling solo as a woman in conservative and friendly Sudan gets … complex.
In 2011 British adventurer Sarah Outen set out to bike, row, and kayak 25,000 miles around the world. Her documentary Home tells the story of this adventure.
A destined run-in with sisters at a coffee shop leads Annalisa on a four-day tour of cyclist-friendly Tucson.