February 2017

A Double Dose of Keller Williams

By Jedd Ferris | 27 Feb 17
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Adventurous Tunesmith Keller Williams Drops Two New Albums

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Richmond Cycling Corps: More than Just a Biking Club

By Laura Ingles | 13 Feb 17
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Craig Dodson leads, Richmond Cycling Corps, Richmond’s urban cycling squad.

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Trump and the Outdoors

By Mason Adams | 08 Feb 17
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How will the new administration affect your favorite public lands?

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A Long Distance Runner Selects his Go-To Gear

By Graham Averill | 08 Feb 17
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Erick White’s Go-To Gear.

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Running is…

By Jess Daddio | 06 Feb 17
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We asked four regional long-distance trail runners from different walks of life to finish the sentence “Running is…”

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Epileptic Thru-Hiker

By Eric Wallace | 06 Feb 17
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Alex Newlon Overcomes Epilepsy and Thru-Hikes the AT

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The Dirty Dozen: The Region’s Top 12 Races and Events

By Jess Daddio | 02 Feb 17
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Looking for a good excuse to ramp up the training this season? Check out 12 of the toughest, oddest, oldest, weirdest, and wildest events throughout the region.

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The February Issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors is Live!

By BRO Staff | 01 Feb 17
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Pick up your copy or read online to learn about the the new administration’s outdoor score card, how to get outdoor beta from a local, 12 of the region’s best races and much more!

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We Lived in a Tent All Summer Together and We’re Still Married

By Chris Olson | 31 Jan 17
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Chris Olson and his wife lived in a tent together for an entire summer—and they’re still married. Here is their field-tested advice for outdoor couples.

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Locals Only: How to Get the Best Adventure Beta from Resident Experts

By Chris Olson | 31 Jan 17
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How to glean the best adventure beta from resident experts who keep it secret.

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Trees in Trouble

By Laura Ingles | 30 Jan 17
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The South’s most iconic tree species—including ash, sycamore, and dogwood—are besieged by pests and disease. What does the future hold for our forests?

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