The modest size of Oregon’s largest city is hardly relative to its influence within the world of sports. Most notably, the HQ of Nike is in nearby Beaverton, creating a … Read more
Since the spice trade first started to tug European mariners around the southern tip of Africa, the establishment of the city in the lap of Table Mountain has created one … Read more
Dramatic geography and a mixed climate define Vancouver, a Pacific Northwest Coast city that has grown to become one the most sought after places to live in the world. Alpinism … Read more
The heave of business life in New York City hasn’t prevented its forefront borough for keeping up with the best in urban infrastructure for cycling, running and swimming. Despite the … Read more
Sunk into the gnarled caldera of an ancient volcano, the city of Edinburgh is teeming with endurance opportunities. Its immediate and neighbouring landscape provides a full range of terrain and … Read more
Lifeguard huts, boardwalks and bicycles. These signature seaside items might come to mind when you think about Los Angeles, but they’re specific to the Venice and Santa Monica portion of … Read more
Spend a couple of hours wandering around the Bavarian capital and you might wonder how a city so liberal in its beer consumption manages at the same time to seem … Read more
More than just a place for hipster New Yorkers, Brooklyn is a hotspot for city athletes looking to run, cycle and swim through the vicious East Coast winter and humid summer months. Best facilities and routes revealed in the guide.
Known for its liberal weather with adorable sunsets and auspicious fog, San Francisco also accommodates a broad range of training with climbs for cyclists, trails for runners and open water for swimmers. Also discover the latest in health food and third wave coffee.
Blending ancient architecture with modern urban design, Rome has plenty of unique settings for training alongside many of the world’s most recognised buildings. Pasta and a discerning culture for coffee stabilise and fuel the day in la dolce vita.
Despite its massive size, Europe’s largest metropolitan area has been able to slowly evolve into one of the greenest megacities in the world. Commuter cycling numbers are surprisingly large, and a year-round running bug is relentless.