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Cyclocross Races to Watch: 2014 Season Preview
By Dave Beals
Here in the Northeast and upstate New York in particular, summer means swimming, camping, hiking, biking, paddling, running, and a host of other fun outdoor activities dur... [Read more]
Spice up your Fall Running Colors
By Laura Clark
I admit it, I once was a racing snob, regarding 5Ks as mere gateway events, something to check off the bucket list on the road to lo... [Read more]
ATHLETE PROFILE: Double Ironman Mac Rand
By Mim Frantz
At 60 years of age, Mac Rand is a semiretired teacher, enjoys spending time at his rustic cabin on a remote lake in Ontario, photography and writing. This sounds like a si... [Read more]
Hiking Crane Mountain: High Peak of the Southern Adirondacks
By Bill Ingersoll
Although its summit elevation of 3,254 feet falls well short of the Adirondacks’ highest peaks, few mountains present a profile as stunning as Crane Mo... [Read more]
Mass-Start Cycling: Advice from a Pro and Fall Events
By Tyler Wren
Just before my first semester in college, I purchased my very first road bike with aspirations of trying out for the collegiate cycling team and leaving my injury-ridden r... [Read more]
SCHENECTADY – Due to seven consecutive years of record breaking participation, the Stockade-athon 15K has outgrown Central Park as the host venue.
ALBANY – Not only does Albany’s Bicycle Master Plan classify city streets for cyclists of varying riding experience, it also identifies key locations to effectively reconfigure for all types of roadway users.
What better combination could there be than kayaking, canoeing or standup paddleboarding, and raising money for a good cause?
ALBANY – Nowadays, if athletes can’t register online for a race or event, chances are they may not participate at all.
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