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Clothing, Featured, Reviews

Chapeau! gravel cycling kit review

Chapeau! have been designing sharp looking cycling kit from Devon, focussing on three core principles which can essentially be boiled down to ‘timeless style’, ‘inclusivity’ and...

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Accessories, Bikepacking Gear, Featured, Reviews

Salsa Cowchipper Deluxe 52cm bars review

Salsa have been producing bicycle frames and components for off-road adventure since well before the gravel boom. Handlebars such as the Cowbell, featuring a modest flare, more in line with...

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Bikepacking Gear, Featured, Interviews, Reviews

Inside Firepot Food: kitchen table to wild adventure

When we asked you what you wanted to see more of on ADVNTR, options for bikepacking meals was a popular suggestion. With the bright yellow packets of Firepot Food becoming more and more...

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Clothing, Featured, Reviews

Triban RC500 Pocket Road Bib Shorts review

At £50/€50, the Triban RC500 Pocket bib shorts were the cheapest in the ADVNTR cargo bib short group test from international sports retailer Decathlon, but would they still be able to...

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Bikepacking Gear, Featured, Reviews

Restrap Small 13L Panniers review

Bikepacking kit may have come a long way in recent years, but is there still a place for the humble pannier? I tested out some Yorkshire-made Restrap small panniers to see what I thought....

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Clothing, Featured, Reviews

Lusso Adventure Bib Short review

Lusso’s heritage dates back to the early 1980’s when John and Dorothy Harrison formed the company. With nearly 40 years industry experience we were excited to test Lusso’s new...

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Events, Featured, Journal, Opinion

Gritfest: The UK’s best gravel event?

With the number of events exploding on the UK gravel scene, we took in the third edition of Gritfest in Mid Wales and ponder on why this might just be the best of them all. So, what even is...

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Featured, Reviews, Tyres

Teravail Rampart 700c x 38c tyres review

Billed as a tyre for ‘those who wish to conquer any road’ the Rampart from Teravail set expectations high on the marketing front, especially with additional sprinkles alluding to...

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Bikepacking Gear, Featured, Reviews

Camelbak Mule Pro 14L review

In most outdoor pursuits where water bottles aren’t quite right for the task at hand, the instant go to and point of reference is Camelbak; and while Camelback is a name within the...

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Clothing, Featured, Reviews

Machines For Freedom ‘Versatile Off-Road’ collection review

Launched in April to cater for the growing MTB and gravel markets, radical American brand Machines For Freedom’s ‘Versatile Off Road’ Collection immediately piqued our...

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