Mem­bers, click-through below for exclu­sive sav­ings on today’s fea­tured brands:

Reynolds Cycling: A paragon of inno­va­tion in the cycling indus­try for over a cen­tu­ry, Reynolds Cycling builds leg­endary com­po­nents that deliv­er an expe­ri­ence like no oth­er. Fea­tur­ing rac­ing wheelsets.

Blund­stone: Proven in the Aus­tralian Out­back, Blund­stone boots have been adorn­ing adven­tur­ous feet since 1870. Fea­tur­ing time-test­ed boots and casu­al shoes by the leg­endary brand.

ON3P: From beer to cof­fee to bicy­cles, Port­land, Ore. is known for its indus­try of craft. With ON3P, you can add high-end skis to that list. Click through to shop a local hand­craft­ed favorite. Fea­tur­ing skis.

2XU: Race with con­fi­dence in per­for­mance appar­el worn by world cham­pi­ons and endorsed by sports insti­tu­tions the world over. Today’s col­lec­tion includes com­pres­sion shorts, tri suits, and more.

Air­blaster: Pay trib­ute to your inner par­ty ani­mal with tech­ni­cal, fun-inspired, for­ward-think­ing designs from rid­er-owned-and-oper­at­ed Air­blaster. This col­lec­tion fea­tures tech­ni­cal jack­ets and pants.

KAYLAND: Engi­neered in Italy and test­ed by experts in the mighty Dolomites, KAYLAND footwear is seri­ous equip­ment designed to per­form in the world’s most demand­ing ter­rain. Fea­tur­ing boots and approach shoes.

Back­pack­er Mag­a­zine: Jump­start your adven­ture with Back­pack­er Mag­a­zine. A year’s sub­scrip­tion pro­vides the low-down on loca­tions, gear, and tips for you to get remote in America.

Ses­sions: Be wow on the pow with Ses­sions cloth­ing and out­wear, styl­ish gear designed to keep you warm and per­form­ing even in the harsh­est con­di­tions. Fea­tur­ing jack­ets, pants, gloves, and more.



Cycle Freaky: Did you know? On Octo­ber 10th (that’s today!), 1972, Cana­di­an cyclist John Hath­away began the 50,600-mile, 100-week bike tour that would lead him through 52 coun­tries and six con­ti­nents and earned him a Guin­ness World Record. Leg­endary for his cycling prowess and marathon tours, Hath­away cranked out 30,000-mile-plus tours well into his upper 60s.