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Along for the ride

Parenting 3-year-old twin boys hasn’t tamed Teri Tucker’s endurance-sports lifestyle. A versatile baby buggy has given the Spokane mom freedom to keep her fitness edge with her kids in tow. During winter, you’ll find her and husband Paul Ainsworth wearing their Mt. Spokane Nordic Ski Patrol gear and hauling the boys along while they cruise the mountain’s 25-kilometers of ski trails.

Desert 100 dirt bikers

Hundreds of motorcyclists turn out for the 28th Desert 100 dirt bike race outside Odessa, Wash. Spokesman-Review Outdoors editor Rich Landers was there to record the brusing event with his camera.

Claiming trails: mountain bikers, hikers confront wilderness

Mountain bikers are gearing up to stay on track in backcountry areas being proposed for federal wilderness designation in the Inland Northwest and throughout the nation. Most people know that motors are prohibited in official wilderness, but federal wilderness rules also ban "mechanized equipment." That term has been interpreted to include mountain bicycles, which had not yet been invented when Congress approved the Wilderness Act in 1964.