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Featured, News

Salsa Cycles: Choosing To Live

Finally the wait is over! Salsa Cycles and Travel Alberta‘s new movie, Choosing To Live, is ready to stream online. While mourning her late husband, Sarah Hornby craved an opportunity...

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Featured, Readers Rides

Shona’s All City Nature Boy

Shona from Keep Pedalling needs little introduction. Along with partner Rich and assistance from shop dog Olive, she’s probably responsible for rolling more adventure bikes out of the...

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Bike Reviews, Featured, Reviews

Specialized Diverge Comp Carbon

Adaptable for a multitude of gravel sub-genres, with a couple of only-seen-here features. The revamp of the Specialized Diverge is certainly a limitation-quashing improvement. Introducing...

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Featured, Guides

Top Tips for Riding in Lockdown

Ben Phillips is always out riding his bike on an adventure. Sometimes a super long epic, or just a plod around the local trails to take in the scenery. Like a lot of us, he’s suddenly...

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Bucket List Rides, Featured

Flanders Gravel Alternative

Since retiring from the World Tour peloton, you’d think Laurens Ten Dam might have let his waistline expand a little. Instead, he’s expanded his tyre size! He’s switched...

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Featured, News

Ritchey Outback V2 Released

New Fork, More Clearance, Vivid Green! It’s green. Very green! That was everyone’s first comment when we saw the photos of the new, revised version of the Ritchey Outback gravel...

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Featured, News

Cycle Touring Festival goes Virtual

This year would have been the 6th Cycle Touring Festival. The event has always promoted accessible adventures and the talks are more grounded than many shows. It eschews from traditional...

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Featured, Guides

The Great British Bothy

While we are all stuck at home with only limited access to the countryside from our doorsteps, the Great British bothy stands empty. Throughout the hillsides, they wait silently for...

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Featured, Journal, Routes

Bikepacking in the Cairngorms

Andrew Cullen resides in Edinburgh and most weekends, hops on the train with his friends to get in some bikepacking trips. His latest weekend adventure took him and his pals out to the...

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Featured, Interviews

What the Photographer Saw – Dan Monaghan

If you’ve attended any large gravel event in the UK over the last few years, chances are you’ve seen Dan Monaghan. Usually briefly spotted jumping off his bike and scrambling up...

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