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An Indian Head Country adventure
There are worse ways to spend a few days in northwest Wisconsin than paddling 70 miles down the St. Croix River and biking 50 trail miles back up the Gandy Dancer State Trail.
The moral of a few Boundary Waters stories
Eve Graves recounts what was lost and found in the Boundary Waters ACanoe Area Wilderness.
Riverwest24 made me a believer in bicycling's power to change a community
What exactly is Riverwest24? It’s a 24-hour bike ride, a block party, a homecoming, a dance and singing festival, a test of endurance, a holiday and a slumber party. But mostly it is a celebration of the kindness of neighbors and strangers.
Paddling and pedaling the Red Cedar and Chippewa rivers and trails
Wisconsin’s answer to Minnesota’s Root River for a premier paddle-and-pedal adventure
is the Chippewa-Red Cedar River system.
Soaking in 30 hours at the Stubborn Mule Adventure Race
Checkpoint 40 was determined to finish me off. I had just passed the halfway point of the 30-hour
Stubborn Mule Adventure Race
. It was getting dark fast and thunder was rolling in the distance.
Opening up the outdoors to kids and grandkids
What better way to get kids outside and with nature then to offer them a challenge, like camping, hiking and backpacking.
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Mark Harms redefines fast
Hundreds of triathletes chasing Mark Harms would love to know the secret behind his remarkable run of success: six
USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships
in the past seven years, and one ITU World Age Group title.
Mountain bikers pay for Chequamegon trail building
An icon returns
A whole lotta dairyland to ride
No one left behind
To save ourselves, we need to change course
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Mountain bike racing at the Fall Color Festival
The Fall Color Festival has something for riders of all abilities. It is usually held on the last weekend in September. This year's festival is scheduled for September 27. The morning race options are 30, 22 and 12 mile rides. In the afternoon there are some shorter rides of 5 miles, a children’s solo ride and a parent-child ride. Other festival activities include a craft tent for kids, beginner’s mountain biking seminar, beer tent and live music. A typical FCF draws 350 riders and 200 spectators.
Spa treatment for paddlers
Paddling northeast Iowa
A Trans-Iowa moment
Epic singletrack dreaming
Taking the Chicago River Bike Trail to the Botanical Garden
How To Advice
Avoiding stress fractures
Individuals who have low vitamin D levels have a much higher risk for fractures due to the interaction of their genetic susceptibility and diet.
The marathon double
Don’t neglect your paddles
The 3 (well, 4) legs to solo paddling success
Classic ski better
Ski the Birkie more efficiently
Kayak-access campsites unveiled at Point Beach State Forest
Kayakers joined state and federal officials on September 24
to celebrate the unveiling of two new water-access, kayak campsites at Point Beach State Forest, highlighting the emerging popularity of Wisconsin’s Lake Michigan State Water Trail.
Wausau Whitewater to celebrate ‘40 Years of Water’ on Sept. 6
Lake Michigan Trail Marathon debuts Aug. 31
New event and new series of Northwoods triathlons in 2015
Copper Harbor Trails win more deserving recognition
Conserve School to host trail run June 14
Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival awards race spots
Naming contest for new trail across Michigan
Name submissions will be judged on creativity, originality, ability to capture the overall character of Michigan and include the concept of connection.
Minn. road safety program criticized as too 'car centric'
Minn. & Wis. ranked No. 2 & 3 most bike friendly states
Bike commuting up in some cities
Wausau's Nine Mile Rec Area adds trail for skiers, kids
Onalaska, Wis., wins 'bike friendly' award
Bill would allow ATVs on Iowa roads
THE ACTIVE PURSUIT
with Tom Held
Sixty miles with a little help from her friends
A weekend of cyclocross in Wisconsin
Chequamegon and Classic Birkie trails will stand as Dave Nelson's legacy
Training on rainy days
XC Skiing with Mitch Mode
I have learned to take comfort on rainy days when dawn brings grayness and haze settles on the land as a heavy blanket.
Hill Climbing 101
BEHIND THE BARS with Kierstin Kloeckner
As a trainer and cycling coach, I am constantly urging clients who don’t like hills to give them another shot. After all, is riding through flat cornfields day after day really that much fun? By learning to embrace climbing, a whole new world opens up.
XC SKIING with Mitch Mode
None of this is instinctive. We are not born accomplished skiers. It is an acquired skill. Technique is the driver. Without it we flail, energy wasted. Our enthusiasm may know no bounds, but bad technique is an open window as the furnace runs hot. Technique comes with time and with work. It is malleable, changing form as our experience grows. We may be born to ski but we are not born competent skiers.
The way of the blade
PADDLING with Darren Bush
There are no right or wrong paddles. If you are a fan of big blades for flatwater paddling, then more power (literally) to you. Do you like skinny little Greenland kayak paddles? By all means, use them. Like a bent shaft canoe paddle or a traditional willow-leaf design? Good for you. As the French say,
à chacun son goût
The best Birkie ever
FOOTLOOSE with Bruce Steinberg
Carol and I raised over $6,500 in pledges for
a clinic that specialized in macular degeneration research
. All I had to do was finish the 1994 Birkie filled with the calamities; calamities that paled in comparison to what Carol and other sufferers of macular degeneration have to cope with every day.
Quenching your thirst
GEAR with Lou Dzierzak
There are more options than ever to carry water with you on your adventures. Once limited to heavy plastic bottles stored in hip belt holsters, athletes can now choose from handhelds, belts with multiple bottles and lightweight technical vests.
RUNNING with Tom Kaufman
The initial inventory of Movin’ Shoes was four pairs of shoes hanging on a peg board.
The first running shoes sold were Tiger Nylon and Leather Cortez. These were soon followed by Blue Ribbon Sports’ (Nike) Nylon and Leather Cortez. The cost of those first running shoes? About $15.
Do endurance athletes need supplements?
NUTRITION with Donna Marlor
Although one in four Americans regularly uses supplements, most endurance athletes are at low risk for developing a severe clinical deficiency from a lack of nutrients. The real issue is probably one of optimal performance and recovery. Could you benefit from antioxidant supplements? Perhaps.
Don't put that bike away just because it's getting colder. At least keep out of storage your fatter-tired road bikes for cyclocross season, underway this weekend and running through December.
Silent sports events this weekend, Oct. 3-5
The bike tours, cyclocross races, road and trail runs all taking place this weekend, October 3-5.
A Wisconsin weekend of cyclocross, Oct. 11-12, 2014
2014 Fall Color Festival
Ironman Wisconsin 2014
E Cycling Wisconsin
West Coast represent, Edwin Gonzales. Cycling Dane County, Wisconsin, August 2012 Music Credit: State of Yo, Brand New Heavies, Heavy Rhyme Experience Vol. 1
Call for Support: 715.369.3331
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