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Cyclist Performs Epic Stunts on Road Bike

Watch for the face plant poten­tial at minute 2:13

Pro cyclist Vit­to­rio Bru­motti has done it again. This video released by crankbroth­ers, a pre­mium moun­tain bike com­po­nents brand, show­cases him doing never-seen-before stunts on a road bike. From jump­ing Mario Bros. style from fork­lift to fork­lift, or hold­ing a wheelie across the top of a har­rier jet, this video is chock-full of mem­o­rable stunts that take trails rid­ing to a whole new level.  

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Tips

6 Tips for Keeping Your Feet Healthy When You’re Getting Soaked

Since no one wants gangrene

Any­one who spends a great deal of time in the out­doors knows that even the most hi-tech water­proof­ing is use­less when you’re hik­ing through a wet slot canyon, ford­ing creeks, or hik­ing all day in heavy rain or melt­ing snow. In these sit­u­a­tions, wet, soggy feet are as inevitable as aging. Once you accept that, your goal should be to min­i­mize prob­lems through pre-treatment and after care of your feet, and thought­ful footwear selec­tion. Here are six tips to help you achieve this

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Gear Love

MSR Quick Solo: One Pot to Rule Them All

The do-everything pot.

If you need one pot for back­pack­ing, car camp­ing, and even in home use, then take a closer look at the Quick Solo Pot from MSR. The 1.3-liter pot can cook up a tasty din­ner for one per­son no prob­lem. The large sur­face area on the base gath­ers heat for speedy cook times, and the vented lid allows steam to escape while keep­ing the water at a roil­ing boil. What makes the Quick Solo Pot ideal is its light­weight, com­pact shape

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180 South Tents – A Clymb Exclusive

Two Clymb employ­ees put 180 South tents to the test at the Deschutes River.

I pitched the Juniper 2 in a juniper grove entirely by acci­dent. Myself, and a buyer at The Clymb, Brett Cas­sidy, were camp­ing at the Deschutes River and we had the good for­tune to give these new 180 South tents that are exclu­sive to The Clymb a trial run. The world-famous salmonfly hatch was on, and a cur­sory glance at the river­bank grass revealed these thumb-sized bugs in abun­dance. I was anx­ious to wet my line, so I jumped out of

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Interviews

Meet Jill Heinerth, the World’s Top Underwater Cave Explorer

Going deep with the best of the best.

Jill Hein­erth can proudly claim the title as the the world’s top under­wa­ter cave explorer. She has dived in places no other peo­ple have—including under deep Antarc­tic ice­bergs and through incred­i­ble under­wa­ter wrecks—and helped designed the first ever 3D map of an under­wa­ter cave. She’s also con­sulted for Hol­ly­wood and has pro­duced a num­ber of doc­u­men­taries and books.  We talked to Jill about the dan­gers and rewards of extreme cave div­ing and why she keeps going back for more. The Clymb: How did you get

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Out There

10 Classic Adventures in the American Midwest

There’s more than corn­fields to explore.

While the Mid­west might not nor­mally be asso­ci­ated with amaz­ing out­door adven­tures, don’t be mistaken—if you are look­ing for adven­ture, you can find it in America’s Heart­land. Spread among the agri­cul­ture and hard-working val­ues of the Mid­west are a mul­ti­tude of adven­ture activ­i­ties span­ning from epic moun­tain bik­ing to unique ice climb­ing. Explore the Black Hills and Bad­lands National ParkFor­get every­thing you might asso­ciate with a Mid­west­ern land­scape and visit the Black Hills and Bad­lands National Park in west­ern South Dakota. Featuring

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