Stoke for the Advendurist

  • The Unexpected Visitor Test

    There are lots of metrics of happiness out there. Some are pretty academic--Harvard Medical School or well funded international think-tank type stuff. But I prefer the more informal tests, like the "unexpected visitor survey", which just might be one of the best metrics of happiness there is.

  • Trails That Aren't Really Trails: Hiking Asia

    At home in Canada we're always looking for a new trail to mountain bike, to trail run, or just to get out and explore nature. When we're adventure racing, the best part...

  • Wild Racers Goes Global

    The series that took the 2013 Adventure Racing World Series to epic heights of glorious HD is now available to everyone on the planet. Anyone can now relive every bead of sweat, every unbelievable landscape, and every monstrous route choice, the world over, with the world's best.

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  • Erupting Mt. Villarrica Little Risk for Tierra Viva

    At 1 p.m. on April the 12th, Tierra Viva Expedition Adventure Race is due to get underway with a field of 22 teams including 4 of the top 20. Addidas Terrex, unfortunately, had to pull out due to injury

  • Quebec Native Provost Races with Odyssey/Optic Nerve Taking Second


    Alex Provost is no stranger to adventure racing. He has raced with some of the most experienced expedition racers in Canada, and against some of the most competitive teams in the US.

  • Yogaslackers Wild Card Triumph

    As if breaking a derailleur hangar, just six hours in to a 72 hour race, was not ominous enough, 24 hours after the start, Adam Carter, the newest member of the Yoga Slackers, could not eat.

  • Irish Eyes Were Smiling

    Actually it was more of a evil, hysterical laugh. For those of you who don't know, I'm in Ireland now and just completed my latest race (actually Bill was there last year. We're running this in celebration of the  2015 race starting today).

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  • Lose Focus, Lose it All: Ice Cross Downhill

    Lips shivering, heels shaking, toes dug into the ice, waiting like purebreds for the gates to open. Four at a time fix their gaze on the twisting, turning, sheet of glass, that lies ahead, while thousands of cheering fans, wait to see who will cross the line first, or crash trying. Ice cross downhill is no place for those with doubts.

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