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Throw away Strava – Inside Mason

These few words encapsulate the ethos of Dom Mason and the Mason Cycles brand. The current fixation of cycling by numbers and post ride anaylsis is anathema to Dom. I feel he would prefer...

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Rider interview: Andy Lawrence

Continuing our irregular rider interview series, today we meet up with Andy Lawrence. Like many of us, Andy has a day job and has to juggle the work/life balance. Clearly a professional...

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Snow Bike Festival Stage 3

The 3rd and final stage of the Snow Bike Festival in Gstaad and a wrap up of Scott’s coverage from the event. Weather is what it is on race day and the Alpine weather was certainly...

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Dirty Kanza: A Veteran’s view – David Markman

For over a decade the Dirty Kanza 200 has been the gravel event against which all others are compared. Having rocketed from a handful of riders in 2006 to over 2,000 entrants in recent...

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Bearbones Café Racer: Debrief

A week ago we told you about our Café Racer plans, and we all know about the best laid plans… After a sub-standard fry up at Newtown Tesco, we rolled into Llanbrymair. Dee, half of...

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Mountain Bikes and Bothy Nights

Everything you ever wanted to know about the humble bothy, condensed into less than 9 minutes of video. Sometimes searching on Google brings up some real delights. Other times, well…...

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Wild About Argyll Trail

Argyll and the Isles, Scotland’s Adventure Coast, provides an awe-inspiring setting for bikepacking. At 655 km (407 miles) the Wild About Argyll Trail is Bikepacking Scotland’s...

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Bearbones Café Racer: The Planning Process

Back in November we posted news on a bikepacking event taking place in January 2018, The Bearbones Café Racer. If you want to enter, sorry but you’re too late! You can read the full...

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Bikepacking – essentials

In the last of this bikepacking mini series from Scott Cornish, we will look at some of the ‘must haves’, packing your bike, what to expect (bike handling) and some useful...

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What Kit for Yorkshire True Grit

100 kilometres over every sort of terrain that the North Yorkshire Moors can throw at you poses a unique challenge for kit choice. With plenty of time to start your plan for True Grit 2018,...

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