Sleep In The Dirt

AMSOIL Rides the Divide

Essays From the Field
"If you've ever ridden a motorcycle without a clutch, you might be aware of the problems this might pose... After many miles of questionable maneuvers through traffic, and only having to push the bike a few times to get moving again, we made it to the first motorcycle shop. They did not have the parts on hand..." Read the rest

Greater Yellowstone Traverse Post-Trail

Essays From the Field
"The Wind River Range is a special place, as the remote and enchanted beauty that lay in those mountains is the reason I hike. It’s the kind of mountain travel that will constantly keep you on high alert and fighting for almost every mile. But no matter how hard it gets, you are reminded of why you are out there by simply looking up and taking in the nature around you." Read the rest

Hut Trippin’ on Boreas Pass

Essays From the Field

One of the reasons I love being in the outdoors is that I’m afforded the time to unplug and think without the distractions of technology. Normally I feel like I’m at home in the mountains, but this time I was feeling very much outside my element. I was determined to …

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Comforting Athletes and Making Friends in Big Agnes Apparel

Essays From the Field
"Most ski/snowboard bums would probably have talked about the fantastic places each of them were going to ski or ride, but the three of us talked about materials, patterns, zipper placements, and durability of goods. It was one of the best conversations I’ve ever had while boarding a plane, and certainly one of the most educational. It changed my perspective on the outerwear Big Agnes offers, enlightened me to the huge research and development efforts, and enhanced my relationship with the company through understanding." Read the rest