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Spokes In The City: 7 Reasons To Start Riding Dirty

BY LENA KAZER Urban biking is anything but a passing trend. Here’s why. Photo: Public Bikes 1. “Life is a journey, not a destination.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson My man Ralph understood why urban biking is the way to get around. Though nearly every car on the streets these days is yellow, black, or has a […]

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7 Rad Summer Camps For Young Jetsetters

BY TEAM JST Give your kids a summer they’re never going to forget by instilling a little bit of culture, and a whole lotta adventure! 1. Jean-Michel Cousteau family camp California is known for its gorgeous landscape along the Pacific Coast. The Catalina Island cove is especially ideal for children who love science. Jean-Michel Cousteau (Jacque’s […]

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10 Reasons Why Running Is The Best Form Of Tourism

BY EVAN MOLINEUX A lot of people think that running sucks. Well, it doesn’t! Running is awesome. Sure, maybe that one season of track freshman year sucked when they made you do the two-mile at the end of the meet while you were cold and alone for a gruesome eight laps. But doing an […]

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This Daredevil Will Skydive 25,000 Feet Without A Parachute

BY TEAM JST Courtesy: YouTube Here at Jetset Times, we love a good adventurous story. Daredevils tackle mindblowing stunts that we can only dream of. Skilled skydiver Luke Aikins is about to do something to make your heart drop. The man who has completed more than 16,000 jumps is now going to jump from 25,000 feet […]

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This 91-Year-Old Is Our Inspo For Bungee

BY TEAM JST Courtesy: YouTube She’s 91 and still going strong! On April 23, Mary Manssen decided to draw a crowd by showing off an epic bungee jump off of New Zealand’s Queenstown Bridge. It wasn’t her first time! Manssen began her daredevil days of bungee jumping in 2008 when she was already 84 years old. […]

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THIS Is Why Olympic National Park Is Best Of The Pacific Northwest

BY EVAN MOLINEUX Photo: Flickr/Wonderlane Two hours west of Seattle, three hours north of Portland and located on the infamous Highway 101 is one of the United State’s most beautiful and diverse parks. Encompassing 1,441 square miles of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Park is home to three distinct ecosystems, 60 miles of coastline, over […]

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[Watch Video] Deadly Avalanche At Mount Everest Base Camp

BY JST NEWS Courtesy: YouTube You’ve been warned: this video contains graphic language. A new video has surfaced from Mount Everest’s base camp in Nepal. Shot by German climber Jost Kobusch, the video shows an alarming avalanche generated by the 7.8 earthquake which devastated the entire nation on Saturday. SEE ALSO: 11 Organizations Needing Your Support […]

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