Folks You Should Know

6 Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were Outdoorsy Badasses

6 Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were Outdoorsy Badasses

Some of the rock climbing, hunting, and fishing enthusiasts on our list may shock you, particularly since their roles on screen or stage aren’t always the most rough and tumble. Girls who climb mountains and boys who shoot guns are just a few of the outdoorsy “types” we’ve discovered but [...]

The 7 Best Seasonal Winter Beers

The 7 Best Seasonal Winter Beers

This year’s holiday stressers range from picking out the perfect present for your picky sister, to avoiding Aunt Pam’s permanent bleu cheese stench. However, fear not little holiday lover, here is a list that will only serve to make your holidays especially merry, and bright. Here is a list of [...]

Interview: Brendan Leonard Outdoor Writer

Interview: Brendan Leonard Outdoor Writer

Brendan Leonard is a professional dirtbag. When he’s not managing his blog Semirad, he’s out pursuing his everyman dream of climbing as many days as there is sunshine. He recently teamed up with production company Duct Tape Then Beer for an inspiring and motivating video that has been sweeping the outdoor [...]

Top 10 Manliest Mustaches of All Time

Top 10 Manliest Mustaches of All Time

Put the clippers away, ladies. It’s “Movember,” and whether we can make it look good or not, we’re growing a mustache. “Movember” is a health initiative that aims to raise awareness for men’s health issues such as prostate cancer. Much to the chagrin of their wives, partners, children, or significant [...]

Super Typhoon Haiyan Relief: Interview With W4W Founder, Jon Rose

Super Typhoon Haiyan Relief: Interview With W4W Founder, Jon Rose

On Friday, Nov. 8, the most powerful typhoon in recorded history made its first landfall in the Philippines. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council claims at least 1,774 people have died since Super Typhoon Haiyan struck the island nation; this number is expected to rise considerably over the [...]

5 Incredible Historic Sites in the Midwest

5 Incredible Historic Sites in the Midwest

America is a country steeped in history, and many fans of days past don’t mind travelling far and wide to visit and experience places of great historical impact. However, there are many such places right in America’s heartland, the Midwest. From Abraham Lincoln to Elvis Presley, here are seven great [...]

4 Skijoring Races You Need to Know About

4 Skijoring Races You Need to Know About

What started out as a method of winter-time transportation in Scandinavian countries several hundred years ago has evolved into the modern-day sport of skijoring. For those not in the know, skijor is a sport involving a Nordic skier and something pulling this skier forward—whether it be a horse, a dog, [...]

6 Ciders to Spice up Your Life

6 Ciders to Spice up Your Life

Alright, any other time of the year I’m not much of a cider drinker. But like they say, when in Rome, do as the Romans. And when Rome is covered by Autumn foliage and the brisk wind of Fall, have a cider. But don’t just go for any run of [...]

Be a Hero and Cycle for our Fallen: The First Annual Patriot Ride

Be a Hero and Cycle for our Fallen: The First Annual Patriot Ride

Our Military (active and veteran alike), the Fire Department, and the Police Department have to work diligently to protect and serve this great nation. If you enjoy cycling and feel like it’s time to give back a little, check out the Patriot Ride for our Heroes (PRFOH) and choose to [...]

Best Pumpkin Patches in America

Best Pumpkin Patches in America

The time has come to pick some pumpkins! Carve jack-o-lanterns, cook pumpkin seeds and make pumpkin pie are some of the many useful ways to use a pumpkin. Each state contains various pumpkin patches, but below are some of the best in the country. Bring lots of cash as these [...]