Accessories, Bikepacking Gear, Featured, Interviews, Reviews

Outdoor Provisions bars and nut butters review

With some exciting new additions to the line up, the Manchester-based bikepacking duo behind Outdoor Provisions sent ADVNTR contributor Michael Drummond some of their snacks to test. It can...

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Best of Macclesfield: Mikmonken’s gravel routes

Local exploring has really been a theme for 20/21, mainly out of necessity, but has really helped cultivate some local experts in off-road riding and route planning. We chatted to Mike...

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The Tipping Point – a ‘thank you’ letter to winter

To celebrate the launch of the short film The Tipping Point, we spoke to Co-Directors Jamie Edwards and Dom John about the motivation behind this incredibly poetic and relatable piece, how...

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Featured, Interviews

ICYMI: The further away, the better

“I’ve ridden many thousands of miles on my bike all these years and I can’t say I regret anything… There were rough times but also good times. You just know it’s a challenge that...

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Featured, Interviews, Readers Rides

Writer’s rig: Chris Hunter from ARAF’s Planet X Ti

Perhaps better known for his alternative cycling club ARAF, ‘advocating steady as fuck adventures‘, we chatted to Chris Hunter about his go-to rig. As a designer, Chris has an...

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Bikepacking down under with Desire Lines

While many of us can only dream of riding somewhere hot and dusty like Australia right now, we chatted to Canberra-based Mattie Gould of Desire Lines cc and the new Capital Divide...

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Bike Reviews, Featured, Interviews, Routes

Stayer Groadinger UG gravel bike review

Stayer Cycles; East London’s self-proclaimed indie bike builders, cycling power couple, and home to the cutest workshop dog. When they announced their new gravel bike, the Stayer...

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Basket Everesting: 2020’s wackiest cycling challenge yet?

Mechanic Joel Jones of Wayfarer Cycles, an independent bikeworkshop based in the Wirral, North-West England, has a pretty ambitious plan up his sleeve. We’ve seen a few bizarre...

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Daypacking with Dutch photographer Erwin Sikkens

Some new fad? The next big thing? No, not really, just a brilliant tongue-in-cheek way to describe big rides and taking in more of the great outdoors. We chatted to Dutch gravel king Erwin...

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Bird watching by bike: a guide

Based in Kendal, a town nestled between the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales national parks, schoolteacher Abi Rose is a both an avid birdwatcher and cyclist. Combing the two, she’s...

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