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Between the Lines
Road Warrior • COMMUNITY ORGANIZER YOLANDA DAVIS-OVERSTREET IS FIGHTING FOR SAFER STREETS AND MOBILITY JUSTICE IN THE MARGINALIZED NEIGHBORHOODS OF LOS ANGELES
Shralping the Fiberglass Ceiling • A NEW PHOTO BOOK GIVES WOMEN SNOWBOARDERS THEIR DUE
Street Fighters • EIGHT PICKS FOR POUNDING PAVEMENT
Grab and Go • BOMBER BAGS FOR AIR TRAVEL, DAILY COMMUTING, OR ANY ADVENTURE OFF THE BEATEN PATH
Storm Slayers • BECAUSE A DOWN-POUR DOESN’T HAVE TO DAMPEN YOUR DAY
Chariots of Fire • FROM MULLETS TO HARDTAILS, THE HOTTEST ON THE TRACK
Start Me Up • RIGS TO RELY ON FOR CITY AND OFF-ROAD RIDING
The Air in There • A SMALL MINNESOTA COMPANY BELIEVES IT HAS BUILT THE NEXT GREAT WEARABLE. CAN IT TEACH THE REST OF US TO HARNESS THE POWER OF MUSCLE OXYGEN?
Stand and Deliver • IMPROVE POSTURE AND BOOST YOUR ATHLETICISM
Raise the Bar • POWER YOUR NEXT OUTING WITH THIS SNACK
Work Wonders • STILL CAMPED OUT AT THE KITCHEN TABLE? THESE SIX WFH TOOLS CAN HELP.
Meals Worth the Miles • THERE’S A REASON FOOD TASTES BETTER AFTER A DAY OF ADVENTURE—THE SATISFACTION OF GIVING OUR BODIES NOURISHMENT WHEN WE NEED IT MOST CONNECTS US WITH OUR PRIMAL SELVES. WE ROUNDED UP OUR FAVORITE EATS FOR REFUELING IN FAR-FLUNG DESTINATIONS AROUND THE WORLD, INCLUDING A STEAMING BOWL OF HERDSMAN MACARONI IN THE ALPS AND AUTHENTIC BRATWURST OFF AMERICA’S LONGEST RAIL-TO-TRAIL PATH. AND SAVE ROOM FOR PIE AT THE ALABAMA HILLS CAFÉ AND BAKERY NEAR CALIFORNIA’S MOUNT WHITNEY.
My Idea of Fun • We asked a bunch of great writers to bear down, focus, and tell us what makes them giddiest in the outdoors. Join them as they celebrate everything from diving off rocks to adventure flirting to … shivering in a bed between cold sheets? (Hey, don’t judge.)
The Fellowship of the Chainring • In a small town in England in the early 1950s, a group of Brits gathered at a pub to form the world’s first off-road cycling club. They came from all classes—barons rubbed elbows with foundry workers—but were united by their love of the wild and a shared belief that a bike could get them anywhere they dreamed of. Seventy years on, TOM VANDERBILT heads to the UK to join a few current members in pursuit of the rough stuff.
Can Deb Haaland Do the Right Thing? • It’s not easy being a progressive who works for a middle-of-the-road president. MARK SUNDEEN sizes up the interior secretary’s first year in office—which has been a disappointment to climate-change activists—and decides she’s most likely to make a mark through a historic reckoning over the U.S. government’s shameful running of Native American boarding schools.
The Lesson in Senator Beck Basin • A DEATH IN THE COLORADO BACKCOUNTRY DURING A LEVEL 2 AVY COURSE HIGHLIGHTS AN INDUSTRY AT A CROSSROADS AND RAISES A CRUCIAL QUESTION: AS SAFETY SCHOOLS BOOM, WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING SURE THE STUDENTS COME HOME?