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The 2015 Toyota 4Runner Wants Mud and Doesn’t Give a Damn


In a world of SUVs that've been softened by demand and suburban wusses, the 2015 Toyota 4Runner stands out.

13 Tasty Treats From Around the World


If there's anything wrong with our addiction to Halloween candy (and really, there's not), it's that we refuse to open our eyes to the wonderful sugary treasures a global economy provides, instead deciding to focus on issues that are sticky for other reasons -- international political snarls, embargoes, and the like.

Wine Preservation’s Silver Bullet


Through crafty engineering, some physics, and one medically precise needle, the Coravin 1000 uncorks a world of wine possibilities (without pulling the cork).

Viewfinder: The Art of Glass Blowing


For Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, the art of glass blowing is less than transparent. ... Read More »

The Restaurant Issue


Food has become a lot of things in recent years: a hobby, a fetish, a touchstone of cultural sophistication, molecularly presented, fresher and more delicious.

The Restaurant Issue


Food has become a lot of things in recent years: a hobby, a fetish, a touchstone of cultural sophistication, molecularly presented, fresher and more delicious.

Timekeeping Selects: Hamilton Chrono-matic “B”


For the twelfth installment of our Timekeeping Selects series with Analog/Shift, we’re presenting a first-generation self-winding chronograph: the historic Hamilton Chrono-matic "B" ($3,400).

Timekeeping Selects: Hamilton Chrono-matic “B”


For the twelfth installment of our Timekeeping Selects series with Analog/Shift, we’re presenting a first-generation self-winding chronograph: the historic Hamilton Chrono-matic "B" ($3,400).

Photo Essay: Bike Polo in Seattle


Bike messengers are a rough lot. So it’s not surprising that they were the early adopters of hardcourt bike polo, a tougher take on cycle polo.

Postcard: Stumbling Into Freak Alley


Boise, Idaho, 9:28 a.m. A huge deformed potato leers from the side of a building, plastered on the brick like a perverted ad for Ore-Ida.

Hunting LA’s Best Burgers


From the Archives: The city of Los Angeles is known for Hollywood stars, sprawling traffic...and gourmet burgers.

Today in Gear: October 31, 2014


Today in Gear: BMW reveals the new X5 M and X6 M, Talja woodcarving kits, turkey-skin footballs, affordable duffles and more.

Today in Gear: October 31, 2014


Today in Gear: BMX reveals the new X5 M and X6 M, Talja woodcarving kits, turkey-skin footballs, affordable duffles and more.

USB Digital Microphones Are the Perfect Entry-Level Recording Tool


Aspiring podcasters and DIY rockstars in training, take note: you don't need to go whole hog on a home studio to get your feet wet with home recording.

God Bless the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat


225 kilometers an hour? It’s 0.62, right? Why the hell can’t I figure it into miles? So 124 plus like 14 or 16 or...shit-shit-shit time to brake.

God Bless the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat


225 kilometers an hour? It’s 0.62, right? Why the hell can’t I figure it into miles? So 124 plus like 14 or 16 or...shit-shit-shit time to brake.

Photo Essay: Classic Bikes and Tuscan Vistas at L’Eroica


The scenery is just one of the things that’s made L’Eroica one of the greatest organized rides in the world since Giancarlo Brocci founded it 30 years ago to help preserve the strada bianche, or white sand and gravel roads of Tuscany.

Photo Essay: Classic Bikes and Tuscan Vistas at L’Eroica


The scenery is just one of the things that’s made L’Eroica one of the greatest organized rides in the world since Giancarlo Brocci founded it 30 years ago to help preserve the strada bianche, or white sand and gravel roads of Tuscany.

The Handsome, Throwback Magic of Italy’s L’Eroica Bike Race


In 2014 bike parlance, L’Eroica is the ultimate gravel grinder, a 38-204 kilometer ride along the strade bianche (“white roads”) of Tuscany, Italy, with ascents steep as 23 percent grade and sketchy, sandy downhills as a reward for the hard work.

A Breakdown of Vintage Cycling Gear from Italy’s Classic Bike Race


In 2014 bike parlance, L’Eroica is the ultimate gravel grinder, a 38-204 kilometer ride along the strade bianche (“white roads”) of Tuscany, Italy, with ascents steep as 23 percent grade and sketchy, sandy downhills as a reward for the hard work.


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