SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - The first thing people notice: The tires, wider than the forearms of most grown men. Then, the inevitable first question: Where's the motor?
The fat bike - a seemingly typical mountain bike frame with tires ranging from 3.7 to 4.
I have seen more brown creepers on the Kenai Peninsula this year than in the past two years when I saw none.
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DOVER, Del. (AP) - Nick Dadgostar lined up on the track.
Warmed up and loose after a two-lap jog, he began drills focused on strengthening his hip flexor, keeping his knees high as he sprinted 20 meters down the track.
SISTERS, Ore. - In her first year of recovering from breast cancer, Carol O'Bryant, of Bend, was plagued with anxiety over whether the disease was really gone and whether it was coming back.
Maybe the doctors didn't get it all, she thought.
In the past 10 or 15 years years, I've found myself thinking more and more about my dad. The old man was a meat fisherman to the bone. When I was a kid, his baitcasting rod was a True Temper, a 5-foot long, solid, square shaft of tempered steel.
It's fast becoming a fall tradition for my boyfriend Bjorn Dihle and me to head north and do a week-long paddle on a Yukon river in September, when the trees are turning, the moose are rutting and blue skies are an especially welcome sight.
Like most recent college graduates, Nikiski resident Tyler Peek wanted to embark on an adventure before settling into the reality of the working world. Peek, 21, spent his summer touring every U.S. state.