Editorial

Editorial – Cops: Centennial Trail

“Back off! We’ve got a pit bull!” says a voice from the bushes. I don’t think the homeless couple realize it’s an armed park ranger …

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Editorial – Trail of Dispute: Ferry County

As you read this the rail ties are coming up on an amazing 28-mile stretch of train tracks in Ferry County, WA. This soon-to-be-trail traces …

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Editorial: When a Cyclist Dies

News reports often leave me with more questions than answers. A perfect example: When Peter J. DuPerron was killed in a head-on collision with a …

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Editorial: What I Learned About Cycling In Missoula

My sweetheart and I brought our bikes along on a recent afternoon stopover in Missoula. Riding around Grizzlieyville for a few hours, we learned a …

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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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Editorial: Are Winters Getting Less Snowy?

“WHEN I WAS GROWING UP IN SPOKANE we almost always had 90 days with snow on the ground.” I’ve heard myself say this a thousand …

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Editorial: North Idaho Bike Scene

If you thought Coeur d’Alene would be less interested in promoting bicycle and pedestrian use because it’s a smaller metro area than Spokane-you would be …

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Editorial: Three Great Gimicky Gifts

At this year’s Outdoor Retailer Winter Market my favorite exhibitors weren’t the big names like North Face, Columbia, or Teva. I love visiting the little …

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Editorial: Rails to Trails Comes to Town

In October I had the opportunity to give bike tour of Spokane trails to Ben Gettleman and Heather Deutsch, two visiting directors from the National …

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