The Society Hotel, Portland

, December 18, 2017


Portland’s Chinatown is now the unlikely location of an exceptional design and engineering development, carved out in the shape of The Society Hotel, an innovative newcomer to the realm of … Read more

El Cosmico, Marfa, Texas

, December 13, 2017


Slip off the Interstate 10 freeway at the tiny town of Van Horn, Texas and start hurtling down south and you’ll soon start to feel like you’re departing from civilisation … Read more

Brooklyn, New York

Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn

More than just a place for hipster New Yorkers, Brooklyn is a hotspot for city athletes looking to run, cycle and swim through the vicious East Coast winter and humid summer months. Best facilities and routes revealed in the guide.

Patagonia Black Hole Duffel 120L

, November 22, 2017


Stroll through any airport or major train station and one thing becomes clear very quickly: even the most well travelled haven’t mastered their baggage game. Bags clumsily follow in the … Read more

The Saguaro Scottsdale, Arizona

, November 20, 2017


Imagining the American Civil War veteran and pastor Winfield Scott wandering through Arizona’s broad Salt River Valley in early 1888 requires a leap of imagination. After establishing churches in Kansas … Read more

Native Hotel, Malibu, California

, November 13, 2017


An overview of American history during the 20th century is hardly complete without mentioning the role of the automobile. Mid-century novelists wrote about the mystics of early engines, federal planners … Read more

Booking Campsites with Hipcamp

, November 13, 2017


The only thing harder to find than an apartment in San Francisco is a bed in St. Helena, one of California’s most over-subscribed destinations for wine tasting and weekend trips. One … Read more

San Francisco Proper Hotel

, November 7, 2017


Only San Francisco’s most intrepid tourists will be familiar with the area surrounding Civic Center, merely blocks from the commercial heart of town and the home to major music and … Read more

San Francisco City Guide


Known for its liberal weather with adorable sunsets and auspicious fog, San Francisco also accommodates for a broad range of training with climbs for cyclists, trails for runners and open water for swimmers. Also discover the latest in health food and third wave coffee.

Rome City Guide

Panorama_veduta di S. Pietro da Castel S. Angelo_04 FQ

Blending ancient architecture with modern urban design, Rome has plenty of unique settings for training alongside many of the world’s most recognised buildings. Pasta and a discerning culture for coffee stabilise and fuel the day in la dolce vita.

Veletage Bike Store, Vienna

, October 17, 2017


You can’t go many places in Vienna without seeing greenery. If you’re not within or near one of the city’s many parks then you’ll be able to look to the … Read more

Hotel Tivoli, Upstate New York

, October 16, 2017


Arriving in Tivoli in September 2017 feels like the inspection of a village midway through its model development. At the central crossroads of the tiny settlement stands a 24-hour laundrette, … Read more

London City Guide


Despite its massive size, Europe’s largest metropolitan area has been able to slowly evolve into one of the greenest megacities in the world. Commuter cycling numbers are surprisingly large, and a year-round running bug is relentless.