Bikepacking Gear, Featured, Reviews

Ashdown Bags Cockpit Combo Review

Bringing classic materials into a modern collection of well made bikepacking luggage for all your snacks and goodies, Dan Monaghan spent time some on two wheels to review the Ashdown bags...

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Events, Featured, Journal, Routes

Rapha Pennine Rally, on Cargo Bikes

When you think cargo bike, you may envisage city streets, and a loaded up mixed wheel bike weaving through traffic, but Farr Out Deliveries took a hard left out of Edinburgh to take on the...

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Bike Reviews, Featured, News

Ritchey Bikes Release New 2021 ‘Ascent’

Its been sometime since Ritchey introduced a refresh of their Ascent frame, but behind closed doors they have been refining the design and specs of the legendary bike to be more versatile...

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Featured, Interviews

GBDURO – Its all about Perspective

GBDURO 2021 is currently underway as I write this, in a new format compared to the 2020 edition. This time in stages that break up the monumental route from Lands End to John O’...

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Events, Featured

The Ultra Distance Scholarship 2022

Last year saw the launch of the Ultra Distance Scholarship, focused on elevating representation within the Ultra Distance racing circle and wider cycling world.   The conversation...

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Featured, News

Tailfin Release their new Mini Panniers

The newly announced Tailfin Mini Panniers have been developed to stand upto the rigours of offroad bikepacking while offering the convenience and stability of a traditional rack system. ...

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Clothing, Featured, Reviews

Pearl Izumi Women’s Expedition Bib Short Review

Bib shorts and Chamois’ are all a matter of fit, form and function, but whatever your size and preference the shorts themselves need to be able to stand upto whatever is thrown at...

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Featured, Interviews, Opinion, Routes

SRMR – It’s all about Perspective

The weekend of August 14th 2021 was fully loaded with bikepacking races kicking off right across the globe, we are speaking to riders that are taking part, or those who have signed up to...

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Bike Reviews, Featured, Reviews

The Giant Revolt Advanced Pro 0 Bike Review

Having once before featured the Giant Revolt Advanced Pro 0 in May 2020, Mark Downie took it upon himself to try it again, but this time in the north of the country where the gravel is a...

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Featured, Journal, Opinion

Midweek Local Overnighters – A new Impression of the familiar

We all have to start somewhere, and with that come the mistakes and challenges we are all prone to making as beginners. Michael Drummond talks of his anxieties on touring, wild camping for...

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