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Ultimate Survival #2

Over the next few months or so I am going to write a bit about some amazing survival technices and items that could be ultimately used to save your life.  Some of you may know this, some of you may…

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Unwanted Adventure, Fresh Perspective

On Monday, September 30th, an emergency call for help went out around Colorado Springs and our mountain biking community. One of our own was missing. Alicia Jakomait went on a ride Sunday night but never came home. Her husband realized…

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Until The Last Drop Falls and Beyond

I sit here writing this, with the constant sound of rain hitting puddles just outside my window. Two streets away from me, countless properties have been damaged or even swept away. Our trails, parks and open spaces have suffered trail-altering…

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Contrast

Contrast in the wilds could be the difference between life and death. When signaling the best thing you can do is make yourself and your location as visible as possible at all times. Building a large fire with rich black…

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Keep It Fresh!

  Don't let your kit expire before you do! There are many forms of end of the world, Dooms Day Preppers out there. As farfetched as some of them may seem, the reality is there is nothing wrong with having…

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Wet Stuff=Green Stuff

  Here along the Front Range of Pike National Forest in Colorado, we've been getting blessed with some much needed rain for the last couple of days. At least for me it's much needed and warmly welcomed. Being the man…

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The Greatest Show On Earth

At least for us booze hounds and gear sluts! We are heading to the bi-annual Outdoor Retailer market in Salt Lake City for the next few days to check out all of the latest and greatest gear the industry has…

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Berthoud Pass Rider MIA

    UPDATE: I would like to apologize to everyone who was following this story for the delay on this update. If you haven't heard by now, the news isn't good. Searchers found a body that they believe to be the…

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