Biking

Mountain Bikes Take Over Ski Towns

When the snow disappears each year, many  ski resorts and mountain towns throughout North America shift gears. They’ve learned to lure valley dwellers back up …

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Punish Stuff: Bike Tires Explained: Why You Should Get The Panaracer Pasela GT

CYCLISTS THAT BUY TIRES for the first time are often shocked at how expensive bike tires can be. It’s easy to spend $60+ on a …

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Photo of two bikers on John Wayne Pioneer Trail by Robert Yates

Epic Rides: 8 Bike Treks You Can Conquer

From a lunchtime escape to a months-long journey, we sought out the toughest, most breathtaking and the craziest rides for Northwest riders to attempt.

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View of rolling green hills of Palouse farmland from the summit from Kamiak Butte.

Let Loose On The Palouse: A Guide To Great Road Riding Right Out Your Backdoor

In the pastoral landscape of Eastern Washington’s Palouse, miles are measured in wheat fields, 70-mile loops are easily accessible, and there’s no such thing as traffic. Learn about 6 popular ride routes from local cycling experts.

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Take A Race Vacation: Great Triathlon and Marathons in the Northwest

By Angie Dierdorff & Jon Snyder DESTINATION races are becoming more and more popular and the Pacific Northest has a bunch of fun ones. Two …

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Triathlon Tips From Brandyn Roark Gray

Sandpoint, Idaho resident Brandyn Roark Gray is one of the top-ranked female amateur competitors on the XTERRA off-road triathlon series. We asked her about the …

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Road Warriors: The State of Urban Cycling in Spokane

If you want to know what’s up with urban cycling you’ve got to talk to folks who put rubber to the road everyday. OTM recently sat …

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Close up of a maple leaf on a mountain bike tire.

BMX Bikes Are Not For Grown-Ups

By Jon Snyder, founding publisher of Out There Monthly – Editorial March 2007 “How the hell do adults ride these things for transportation?” is the …

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