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Graham Hiemstra

Field Mag's benevolent overlord, formerly of the PNW and now residing in NYC. We apologize in advance for his many mispellings.
Bikepacking the Oregon Outback Trail: Pro Tips & Lessons Learned
39 Lessons Learned by Bikepacking 364 Miles Across Oregon

Four first-time bike campers endure 364 miles, six days of gravel, dirt, rain, wind, and a whole lot more

Q&A: Bryan Papé, Founder and CEO of Drinkware Brand MiiR
Interview with Bryan Papé, Founder of Drinkware Brand MiiR

The Seattle-based design enthusiast discusses how a life-threatening ski accident inspired a design brand based on giving back from day one

A Visual Guide to Hiking Smith Rock's Misery Ridge Trail
15 Photos From Hiking Smith Rock's Stunning Misery Ridge Trail

A literal walk in the park among world class climbers and stunning rock formations in Central Oregon

Q&A: @YouDidNotSleepThere on Instagram's Illogical Campsites
@YouDidNotSleepThere Celebrates Instagram's Worst Campsites

Meet the 28-year-old Canadian woman calling out social media's kookiest campers for fun, and earning enemies in the process

Everest Isles SS17 Highlights
Swimwear For the Design Minded, From Everest Isles

Elevated beachwear, made in the USA with rare, technical Swiss and Japanese textiles

Epic Aerial Photography of Oregon's Cascade Mountains From 7000'
20 Epic Aerial Photos of Central Oregon's Iconic Cascade Range

A helicopter assisted bird's eye view of some of America's most active volcanoes, including Mount Bachelor, Three Sisters, Broken Top, and More

Gear Review: Trek Super Commuter+ E-Bike
Why This $5000 E-Bike May be the Future of Commuting

Going 28mph up hill past traffic without breaking a sweat is pretty sweet

Q&A: tokyobike Owner and Director Juliana Rudell Di Simone
Q&A: Tokyobike NYC Owner & Director Juliana Rudell Di Simone

The Brazilian transplant talks Japanese design, collaborations, the impact of Citi Bike on cycling in NYC, and more

Gear Review: Timbuk2 Rift Tote-Pack
Gear Review: Timbuk2 Rift Tote-Pack

The perfect lightweight, unisex bag for running around town this spring

Gear Review: North St. Davis Daypack
Gear Review: North St. Davis Daypack

A lightweight, minimal roll top rucksack made in Portland, Oregon for use by boys and girls alike

Splitboarding in Central Colorado
Photo Essay: Central Colorado Splitboarding

Backcountry touring and secret stash slashing deep in the Gunnison National Forest

How Signal Snowboards Changed an Industry With Subscriptions
How Signal Changed Snowboarding With a Simple Idea

Owner Dave Lee discusses how he took his imprint from snowboard manufacturer to content producer and now subscription service innovator

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