Meet the Monied Gearhead Rebel That Beat Ford in the 2019 Baja 1000

When the clouds of grit finally settled at the 2019 Baja 1000, the grueling off-road race through the Baja California Peninsula in Mexico, an unlikely star emerged: the Boot, an all-terrain vehicle from SCG, a manufacturer you’ve probably never heard of. With just 47 seconds left before the 800-mile race’s 34-hour cutoff, the fangy, bug-eyed, … Continue reading Meet the Monied Gearhead Rebel That Beat Ford in the 2019 Baja 1000

Moving Into a New Place? 5 Easy Ways to Feel More Settled

Sponsored Content Here are five ways to feel more settled, sooner. Whether you scored a new job across the country or finally found a place in that neighborhood you’ve been eyeing, moving is equal parts exciting and overwhelming. Making your new house feel like a home is a gradual process, but it’s worth the effort. … Continue reading Moving Into a New Place? 5 Easy Ways to Feel More Settled

The 9 Women in Surf You Need to Know

In 2020, it almost feels silly to think of the ocean as a traditionally male domain. Since the dawn of humanity, women have had relationships with the sea. Perhaps we’ve just spent too much time romanticizing and celebrating men in water? In the well-produced She is the Ocean, German-born, Russian-educated journalist Inna Blokhina (who made … Continue reading The 9 Women in Surf You Need to Know

5 Unique Ab Routines To Chisel Your Core

Ask anyone about their dream physique and you’ll probably hear a lot about abs. Whether that means losing a few pounds around their midsection or sculpting washboard abs––the core is a key concern for many people. For those of you still stuck in a crunches conundrum, we rounded up five abdominal workout routines (see below) … Continue reading 5 Unique Ab Routines To Chisel Your Core

Finding Untracked Treasure on “Rolling Thunder” in Nevada’s Ruby Mountains

If the winter of COVID-19 throws a wrench in your ski or snowboard adventure plans, consider one of North American heli-skiing’s best-kept secrets, hiding in a range just off Interstate 80. The crown jewel of Nevada’s Great Basin, the Ruby Mountains cover roughly 1,000 square miles, with 10 peaks topping out above 11,000 feet. Joe … Continue reading Finding Untracked Treasure on “Rolling Thunder” in Nevada’s Ruby Mountains

Simple Holiday Recipes and Drink Pairings for the Ultimate Feast

Bad news first: Unless you’re reading from a better-prepared country, the holidays are going to be different this year. What’s off the table—individually mixed drinks, grabby bread baskets, a lot of people with whom you’d prefer to spend the holidays—is getting as much consideration as what’s on it. As for the table itself, maybe it’s … Continue reading Simple Holiday Recipes and Drink Pairings for the Ultimate Feast

Three Smart Helmets That Will Amplify Your Riding Experience

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 … Continue reading Three Smart Helmets That Will Amplify Your Riding Experience

The Talent War | How Companies Can Win The Battle For Top Talent

The most successful businesses are the ones that can effectively navigate unforeseen challenges. Nobody predicted a pandemic would cause a global economic shutdown in 2020, but every company has been forced to adapt. Some succeeded and others folded, but this year’s challenges have underscored the importance of building a talented team. Of course, identifying talent … Continue reading The Talent War | How Companies Can Win The Battle For Top Talent

Take A Glimpse Into Ireland’s Burly Surf Culture

This article originally appeared on Surfer.com and was republished with permission. It wasn’t that long ago that Ireland was barely a blip on the surf world’s radar. But as Irish surf culture steadily developed,  clips of them riding bigger and burlier waves continued to surface. In late October, a monster swell from Hurricane Epsilon slammed … Continue reading Take A Glimpse Into Ireland’s Burly Surf Culture