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09 March 2021

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  • Upping Your Active Lifestyle: CBD For Athletes
    Athletes are known to have a strong sense of resilience. That doesn’t mean that they are resistant to injury or over exertion. For athletes today, there are a variety of great options to incorporate into a recovery routine, and CBD is quickly becoming one of them. CBD can be utilized for a number of conditions Read More
  • Gripping Short Film Captures Mountaineer’s Two-Decade Journey to Summit ‘The Peak of Evil’
    The Line Between Good and Evil, a 14-minute short film, documents The North Face team captain Hilaree Nelson‘s two-decade journey to summit and ski Papsura, a 21,252-foot Himalayan peak. Director Ben Clark carefully curated archival footage of Nelson’s vision starting back from 1999. “I obsessed over this line for nearly two decades and finally, in 2017 with Read More
  • Drew Brees is on a MISSION to Give Back to Those in Need
    THE $1,000,000 GAITER GIVE BACK True to its name, MISSION and partner Drew Brees have been stepping up and giving back, and they are not slowing down. Having already donated 1 million meals through Feeding America and over $250,000 of MISSION Gear to help the Gulf Coast front-line workers clean up after the Hurricanes in Read More
  • Happy Trails: CBD For Runners
    Whether you enjoy a quick jog around the neighborhood, a trail run through the woods or are preparing for a marathon, running can take a toll on the body. Many runners enjoy the exhilaration of running, conquering a trail or a new mile marker. But with the glory can come some potential for pain and Read More
  • Study: Mountain Bikes Disturb Wildlife on Par With ATVs
    This article originally appeared on Mensjournal.com and was republished with permission. If a mountain biker rides through the forest, do the bears hear? Research out of British Columbia suggests they do and more than anyone suspected. “We found that recreational activity is displacing wildlife and mountain bikers are doing it more than hikers and horseback Read More
  • The Adaptive MTB Helping Paraplegic Riders Get Back on The Trail
    In the early 90’s, Christian Bagg was at the top of his game. He was pushing the limits during the early days of both snowboarding and mountain biking. He was riding on the edge and searching for that next thrill––bigger, steeper, faster. But one day, Bagg crossed that line and broke his back during a Read More
  • Why Athletes and Active People Should Consider Taking CBD
    Why Athletes and Active People Should Consider Taking CBD   Athletes are known to have a strong sense of resilience. That doesn’t mean that they are resistant to injury or over exertion. For athletes today, there are a variety of great options to incorporate into a recovery routine, and CBD is quickly becoming one of Read More
  • Watch: Six-Minute Sizzler Reel Will Get You Stoked to Ride
    During stressful times, the best medicine is to simply tune out and do something we enjoy. While preferably this means hopping on a bike and hitting the trails, sometimes you need to relax from the couch. For the latter, we have found the perfect video to help you unwind. The good folks at Ride or Read More
  • Top Smart Helmets: Put Your Lid to Work
    A new crop of smart helmets are betting you want your lid to be more than just a brain protecting bucket. Along with the usual safety features, they add hands-free speakers and microphones, app connectivity, intercom function, and even turn signals. They aren’t riding an entirely new trail. Smart helmets have been around for a Read More
  • Build It and Shred It | Corbin Selfe’s DIY Trails in British Columbia
    Not everyone has an extensive network of trails in their hometown. In fact, some people don’t have any trails at all. And while traveling to find trails is what most riders resort to, others decide to grab a shovel and get to work. A prime of example is Corbin Selfe. Growing up in the small Read More