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Cleaning your Bike

Cleaning your Bike

Regardless of what you put your bike through, whether it be a casual neighborhood ride or a long day of muddy single track, your bike will always have some sort of grime or buildup on it. To keep everything working properly, cleaning it regularly is a must. Cleaning...
How to build a Campfire

How to build a Campfire

Whether you’re building a campfire for cooking or trying to stay warm on a chilly night we’re going to cover the key steps for building a successful campfire. Finding or Building a Fire Ring When at a public campground make sure you only use the designated fire pits,...
Winter layering guide

Winter layering guide

Layering is one of the best ways to maximize your warmth and comfort while outdoors. It allows you to make quick adjustments based on the weather and your current outdoor activity. Each layer will provide its own function in keeping you warm. Base Layer: Moisture...
How to take care of your sleeping bag

How to take care of your sleeping bag

  Your sleeping bag is one of the most important pieces of gear you own, so you want to keep it in the best condition possible. Here are a few tips that will keep your bag in top shape for years to come.   Proper Use Be mindful of dirty shoes and equipment.  Make...
How to take the best photo of your used gear

How to take the best photo of your used gear

How to take pro photos when you’re not a pro   Would you buy used gear online if there were no photos?  Exactly!  That’s why it’s super important to take great photos of your gear. The higher the quality, the faster your gear will sell. Today we’re going to go...
How to ship your Paddleboard

How to ship your Paddleboard

  Shipping your paddleboard is a lot easier than you would expect. There are four things you need to package your paddleboard safely. Packing Tape Bubble Wrap Cardboard or Pipe Insulation A box big enough for the board to fit.   Materials For tape, I recommend a...