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Journal, Routes

Short Film: Drovers, PerthshireGravel.com

Filmed on the Drovers Trail, a new 331 kilometre (206 mile) gravel bikepacking route in Scotland, the short film ‘Drovers’ explains the history of the ancient drove roads, an...

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Featured, Journal, Routes

Into the storm: Black Mountain overnighter

Photography by Tudor Gillham, ForTheHellOfIt.cc The icy rain blew up the pass, driving into our exposed cheeks like stinging needles as we pedalled down off the Brecon Beacons from Bwlch...

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Bucket List Rides, Featured, Journal, News, Routes

New King Alfred’s Way bikepacking route launched by Cycling UK

Sewing together a real patchwork of different landscapes from chalk downs to rolling crop fields and leafy forest, the King Alfred’s Way showcases some of the finest off-road riding in...

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Bucket List Rides, Featured, Journal, Routes

Iceland Divide: The land of ice and fire

When we saw London-based off-road enthusiast Natt Williams preparing for Iceland and the trip of a lifetime, bikepacking his way across the volcanic trails, we were so intrigued. With...

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Journal

Bikepacking the Norfolk Rail Trails

Matt Bark and his pals James and James embark on a rail journey with a difference. Repurposed rail trails provide easy miles, away from traffic. On this trip they load their bikes with...

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Featured, Journal

Remembering the Grenzsteintrophy 2018

I’d spent some time riding in Germany in the last year and had a memory of an event that has something to do with tank tracks – after a few tweets I managed to get a copy of an old...

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Featured, Journal

Dirty Kanzelled: Peak District Edition

Riders from around the globe pedalled out the miles on May 30th for Dirty Kanzelled. You can catch up on Katherine’s adventures from the dusty trails of the West Country in Dirty...

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Featured, Journal

Dirty Kanzelled: Bristol Edition

The Dirty Kanza is a focal point of many international riders’ gravel calendar, and at no less than 200 miles (actually a few more) it’s a serious challenge that requires a great deal...

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Journal

A mini adventure to Mark Cottage Bothy

There’s nothing like a country-wide lockdown to get you thinking about adventures past. Marcus Nicolson recalls a trip taken with friends to Arrochar in January 2020. Our group assembled...

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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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