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How To Survive The Cascadia Tsunami

“Thirteen thousand people will die in the Cascadia earthquake and tsunami,” reads Kathryn Schulz’s now-infamous New Yorker article. “Everything west of Interstate 5 will be toast.” Turns out a very similar event occurred in Chile 55 years ago. What wisdom can its survivors share with residents of the Northwest? » 7/30/15 5:23pm Thursday 5:23pm

Fastest AT Ever, Soft Undies, No More Joshua Trees: What’s New Outside

A masochist just ran the entire 2,189 miles of the Appalachian Trail in just 46 days. Another one just did 50 Ironmans in 50 states in 50 consecutive days. For the rest of us, Patagonia’s got crazy-soft new base layers and MSR has a portable filter that’ll make clean water out of sewage.
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How The New Honda Africa Twin Compares To Its Dirty ADV Competition

We’ve finally got (almost) every detail on the 2016 Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin, so let’s see how it stacks up to the rest of the larger, long-range off-road bikes in the market right now. Here’s a spec-for-spec comparison with a quick rundown on each of the new Honda’s real rivals. » 7/24/15 2:25pm 7/24/15 2:25pm

Driving Australia's Most Challenging Off-Road Trail

For most of Cape York, the remote peninsula north of Cairns that runs parallel to the Great Barrier Reef, the nearest major city isn’t even in Australia, it’s in Papua New Guinea. You know, where head-hunting was a thing up until a couple of decades ago. We just drove through it on the most challenging off-road trail… » 7/20/15 12:05pm 7/20/15 12:05pm