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GO Cross Will Open UCI and USA Cycling Cyclocross Season

Professional cyclists from around the country will come to the Roanoke Region for a shot at a $10,000 total purse at the two-day C2 UCI and USA Cycling season opener.

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Le Tour de Roanoke

Bike Month is winding down, but there’s still time to get out and experience the Roanoke Region on two wheels. (And don’t get off your bike just because the month ends.)

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Is It Time for Wilderness First Responder Recertification?

Are your wilderness medicine protocols on the tip of your tongue or in the bottom of your pack? The NOLS Wilderness First Responder Recertification class is a 3-day scenario-based course at Carvins Cove is designed […]

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How to Create an Adventure

Have you created an adventure with us? All of the trails, parks, events, gear and guides, and ways to play outside are all compiled in a database here on the Roanoke Outside website that you […]

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5 Reasons to Run the Jackson River Scenic Trail

A warm Saturday morning is an alluring call to spend your day outside. What better way to start than with a run through the woods along the Jackson River?

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Learn to SUP

It’s never too late to learn to SUP. Standup paddleboarding is a growing watersport where you stand up on a board and use a paddle to glide across the water.

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How to Starbomb to the Night Rider’s Ball

Are you making the most out of bike month? Celebrate with cyclists from across the region Saturday, May 11 by participating in Starbomb before heading to the annual Night Rider’s Ball.

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Shrewd Archery Hosts Tournament at Explore Park

Here’s another new event happening at Explore Park: Shrewd Archery is hosting a 25-target 3D archery tournament May 24-26. The event is open to professionals and amateurs and is designed as a fun way for […]

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Mountain Bike Trail Opens at Waid Park

UPDATE: Due to anticipated inclement weather the grand opening has been changed to June 1 (10am). Experience the Old Buzzard, a new mountain bike trail, at Waid Park in Franklin County. The trail incorporates elements […]

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Devils Backbone Brings Hoopla to Elmwood Park; Proceeds Benefit Roanoke Outside

On Saturday, August 3, Devils Backbone Brewing Company’s “Road to Hoopla” will stop in Roanoke for a free concert and beer festival in Elmwood Park.

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