On the Docket
Report: From the Maori to UNESCO, the Kiwis’ Relationship with the Stars
To the early Maori people of New Zealand, the stars were important for both marine navigation and theology. Today, they're enduring symbols of cultural importance, but no less spectacular, with over 50 million blanketing the night skies of the South Island.
Postcard: Raw Milk, Roadside
In search of raw milk during a two-day bike ride in New Zealand. A pit stop proves fruitful.
Using a Bike to Fight Cancer’s Uphill Battle
Justin McLean fought cancer by riding his bike. Eventually, he conquered cancer, and the peaks of Corsica.
Rethinking the Mattress, and the Way You Buy Them
Why getting a better night's sleep just got easier.
Specialized’s Roubaix SL4 is an All-Roads Machine
The Roubaix isn't limited by monikers like "road bike". It goes damn well wherever it pleases, with or without a road.
The Ultimate New Zealand Cycling Kit
100 miles is a long time in the saddle, even in a beautiful Middle Earth landscape. This kit will save your ass.
This Week in Watches: April 28, 2015
This week, it's all about pilots -- those that fly and the watches built for them. Oh, and some tweed, a German chronograph and one watch that looks like a musical instrument.
Nick Harris Is Modding His Way into American Watchmaking
At a desk in the corner of his childhood bedroom, 25-year-old Nick Harris is at work turning a Seiko 5 watch into something entirely different.
Today in Gear: April 28, 2015
A tent for your motorcycle, the Fjällräven High Coast, Keen's Yogui PDX and more.