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A large prize purse (one of the biggest in the sport) is bringing out a stout group of starters to a race in Vail next month.
Sandals from Earth Runners use conductive materials in the laces and soles to quite literally ground the wearer with the planet.
This past Saturday I lined up wheel-to-wheel with 1,000 other cyclists at the starting line of the Almanzo 100. This free, self-supported 100-mile gravel race takes place along the rolling countryside of southeast Minnesota. We weren’t racing for any prizes but rather for the experience of pushing our physical and mental limits.
“Build a better shoelace and the world will beat a path to your door.” That’s the plan with Boa Technology, which launched more than 10 years ago and is slowing taking over in parts of the outdoor world…
Thermos bottles have been around for more than 100 years. A new type is made for your morning coffee or tea. Bring it on a hike, even stowed inside a backpack, and the vessel will not leak.
Our inaugural “Gear Junkie Challenge” urban adventure race put 13 teams against a run-bike-climb course through the city. Photographer Paul Vincent captured the action.
Today we dig in with a review of a helmet that was debuted at the Tour de France last summer. It’s now for sale to speed-crazy cyclists everywhere.
After sorting through hundreds of entries for our Ragnar Trail sweepstakes with Salomon we’ve picked two readers to run with us this July at Lake Tahoe.
Our home state of Minnesota is bursting into spring, and with it we used the occasion to get away from our daytime duties for a bit and into the urban outdoors right from the GearJunkie office back door…
A few months back, GearJunkie, ECCO, and Iceland Naturally hosted a sweepstakes that awarded gear and a trip to Iceland. The winner, Zachary Wist, and his wife just returned from the journey.
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