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  1. Fledgling aerobaticists have a variety of resources at their disposal. The textbook Basic Aerobatics , by aerobatics instructor Michael Goulian and aviation writer Geza Szurovy (TAB Books, 1994),...
  2. As we hovered over Paradise Peak—a 9,800-foot summit 25 miles west of Sun Valley, Idaho—my guide, Lel Tone, assured me that I would have no problem skiing the waist-deep powder below us. I have skied...
  3. For his company’s first destination resort, Sir Rocco Forte—the British hotelier behind Brown’s in London and the Augustine in Prague—selected a 568-acre site on the rugged southwest coast of Sicily...
  4. As serious golfers seek any advice or techniques that will help reduce their handicaps, spas are responding with specialized therapies and services aimed at improving not only physical performance...
  5. Sitting in a private study in the corporate offices of the company his grandfather founded in 1873, Herbert Kohler Jr. appears very much the magnate of modern industry that he is. Nevertheless, the...
  6. The French luxury-goods house Hermès , with roots as a saddlemaker that date back more than century, is applying its leather craft to a set of carbon-fiber bicycles. Released this month in select...
  7. Abercrombie & Kent has organized special travel packages for the events.
  8. Gray & Co.’s personalized trips take cyclists on the rides of their lives.
  9. This Labor Day weekend, from September 3 through 6, Italy’s iconic automotive marque Maserati and the haute haberdasher La Martina will show how the posh play when they team up for the USPA Maserati...
  10. If golf is the most international of sports, then golfers are easily the most international of sports enthusiasts. From the seasoned pro to the high-handicap amateur, the devout will willingly travel...

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