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Featured, Guides, Journal

Keep exploring into autumn and winter with Vedangi

Round-the-world cyclist and serial adventurer Vedangi Kulkarni is no stranger to riding through ‘bad’ weather. Not phased by the rapidly changing seasons, Vedangi’s latest...

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Bikepacking Gear, Featured, Guides

10 uses for… the Apidura Downtube Pack

Is the little 1.5 litre Apidura Downtube Pack the most versatile bag yet? We asked some of Apidura’s product testers what they use it for and had a go ourselves. Among the market...

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Featured, Guides

How do you get ready for winter?

The autumn equinox has been and gone and the leaves are starting to turn. It might be time to say goodbye to the dusty, dry trails of summer, but what does that mean for winter riding? We...

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Clothing, Featured, Guides, Reviews

What’s under your baggies?

Why baggies in the first place? There are a number of reasons why riders choose baggy shorts over lycra, and they seem to be more popular with off-road disciplines too. Baggies offer a...

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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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Guides, Routes

Lost Lanes North; your latest ride inspiration

The original Lost Lanes, Lost Lanes West, Wales and now North; author and host of ‘The Bike Show’ Jack Thurston is on a roll. The series offers a range of cycling routes across these...

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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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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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Guides

Atlas Mountain Race 2020: ADVNTR Gear Highlights

With a handful of days to go, I’m finally getting around to packing my bike and kit ready for the Atlas Mountain Race. There’ll be a full rundown of how my kit fared in an Atlas...

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Featured, Guides, Opinion

It doesn’t have to be epic

How do you measure an adventure? What is epic to some, might be a walk cycle in the park for others. However long or short your next adventure, Emma Osenton wants us to have a great time,...

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