Stoke for the Advendurist

  • Splitting the Hairs of Adventure

    Adventure, as a concept, is becoming diluted. It is used to describe such a multitude of activities that often have little in common that the meaning of the word itself is being lost.

  • Reel Rock 11: The Lineup

    A squawking bird, presumably unhappy that the silence of early morning Boulder, Colorado was interrupted by answers to my questions, cut what Peter Mortimer was saying into incomprehensive blocks of audio babble.

  • Cocoa Date Bars!



    Has anyone else found that snacks directed towards kids actually make great race fuel? Fruit cups slide down the throat nice, fill the belly and the sugar laced syrup wates no time in giving you a quick boost.

  • Ready for Anything



    I watched with unexpected anxiety as Tammy, my wife, wielded the pitchfork. I watched with unexpected anxiety as Tammy, my wife, wielded the pitchfork. She thrust it confidently into the burlap sack stuffed with straw and lifted. The two gently curved tines of the fork pierced the material of the bag and held its weight against the relentless pull of gravity as it rose slightly off of the ground.

  • Questions for a 21st Century Dirtbag

    Meet Tom Grundy, a dirtbag. It might be more accurate to call him a recovering dirtbag since he now owns a place with 4 walls and a roof complete with kitchen, bathroom, and even a laundry.

  • Swimmers are my Underdogs

    I've always had a thing for underdogs. When I was growing up, I'd always root for the worst team in the league. When I found out that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had never been to a Super Bowl I professed my allegiance to them and cheered them on all through adolescence.

  • Normal Life. Ultra Run.

    Let's do this honestly. I was a great little runner in my teens and twenties. I could knock off a 35-minute 10k and run the next morning without pain, tightness or any other hindrance. That gradually changed

    Rodney Wilson
  • Froome Takes the Tour



    With a cumulative time of 89 hours, six minutes and 48 seconds over 21 lung-busting and quad-splitting stages, Team Sky's Chris Froome (GB) took his third victory at the Tour de France, in four years.

    BreatheMag Editors


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