Featured, Interviews

5 Deep Custom upgrades we’re drooling over

There’s some really great bikes and kit on the market these days, but there’s nothing quite like something that’s totally unique. We’re taking a deep-dive look at some of our...

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Bucket List Rides, Featured, Journal, Routes

Iceland Divide: The land of ice and fire

When we saw London-based off-road enthusiast Natt Williams preparing for Iceland and the trip of a lifetime, bikepacking his way across the volcanic trails, we were so intrigued. With...

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Bike Reviews, Featured, Reviews

Salsa Warbird GRX 600

There are few brands that can lay claim to such an illustrious history in gravel cycling like Salsa. The Warbird is undoubtedly the bike that kickstarted the ‘fast gravel’ trend...

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Featured, Guides

All you need to know about Hammocking

Have you ever considered hammocking for your bikepacking overnighters? While bivvy bags and tents certainly seem to be the most popular options, there’s definitely merit to be explored in...

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Featured, News

Gravel Builds of the ENVE Builder Round-Up 2020

The 2nd Annual ENVE Builder Round-Up is currently underway, albeit virtually, over in Utah, USA. Earlier today, we picked up the full exhibitor list to read through the who’s who of...

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Featured, Readers Rides

Dream Builds: Katherine’s Mercredi

It’s not every day that you get to take delivery of your dream bike, built by hand by your best friend. The opportunity to select your own components for a build is exciting enough, but...

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Featured, Readers Rides

Dream Builds: Bombtrack Hook EXT

Lots of cool bikes roll in and out of ADVNTR.cc on a regular basis. So we’re used to seeing nice kit, but it only hangs around so long before the brands want it back. So what would a...

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Bucket List Rides, Featured

TransAtlantic Way, by Brompton

Riding the TransAtlanticWay Race on a Brompton folding bicycle is probably not how someone should dip their toes into the crazy world of ultra-endurance cycling, but for Jack Shuttleworth...

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Events, Featured

The (Socially) Distance(d)

With Coronavirus making planning a cycle event as awkward as possible this year, The Distance has self isolated and taken up bingo… The 22nd August would have seen the start of the...

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Featured, Journal

Remembering the Grenzsteintrophy 2018

I’d spent some time riding in Germany in the last year and had a memory of an event that has something to do with tank tracks – after a few tweets I managed to get a copy of an old...

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