Found in the belly of Berwick Street, Soho Bikes is one of London’s newer cycling cafe-store setups. Whether you’re shopping for jeans or magazines, Soho Bikes is well worth marking … Read more
Will Ross, June 19, 2017
The impact of the Vietnam War on the American psyche has been played out in numerous high-cost feature films and documentaries, many of which depict the brutality of the landscape and … Read more
The rise in popularity of road cycling has created an understandable disdain for skinny cyclists clad in tight lyrca, waddling around the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. Even the most progressive cities … Read more
When exploring prime backcountry in the winter, one key indicator you can use to get a feel for the terrain is to take note of how many flashes of bright checkered ski … Read more
Who knew the European Outdoor Film Tour (E.OF.T.) has now been entertaining crowds, stoking them to summits and mighty adventures for 15 years? The 16th edition promises another neatly curated selection of … Read more
Drive through Matobo National Park on the main drag south-west out of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and you’ll hardly notice Camp Amalinda, which wraps itself around a collection of large granite boulders … Read more
Tucked away in the heart of the Caingorms, Badaguish Outdoor Centre offers accommodation in a secluded forest setting near Aviemore. Spacious chalet-style buildings are complemented by well equipped wigwams and … Read more
On a trip racing in Wales I stayed at Springhill Farm Bunkhouse with 25 mountain bikers from the University of Edinburgh. The self-catered bunkhouse is part of a renovated cottage … Read more
It’s hard not to pay attention to Aspen Snowmass, Colorado’s prime alpine hub for skiing, culture, cuisine and summer endurance sports. They’re Audi Power of Four is also standout – a multi-discipline race … Read more
Neighbouring some of France’s mighty winter destinations, Samoëns packs a punch for summer endurance athletes and downhill mountain bikers. The traditional medieval village is one hour’s drive from Geneva, carving out a … Read more
Last week I was in Moab, Utah for two days and I decided to check out some of the legendary trails they have on offer. As I was on my own and I don’t have any experience of riding around Moab I decided to go on a half day guided ride with Rim Tours. Although I don’t know the Moab are I am an experienced rider and I was keen to experience the harder trails on offer, this meant booking and advanced level tour. As it is fairly uncommon for advanced riders to hire guides I was the only client. Despite making the tour more expensive it meant that I had my guide Dave all to myself and we were able to really push my riding.
[wr_row][wr_column span=”span12″][wr_text] Over the last fifty years, the US has perfected the art of broadcasting team sport through motion pictures and TV series. At the high school level, big hits, sweathearts … Read more
Set in Winter Park, Colorado, the Colorado Freeride Festival is a multi-day event that does it’ best to show how hurling down a hillside on a bit of metal and leaping over a heap of dirt can be a lot of fun.
Rupert Barry, November 23, 2011
Le Grand Massif is directly 50 km south of Geneva, situated above the main route towards Chamonix and the Mont Blanc Tunnel. It is comprised of 5 alpine resorts; Les Carroz, Flaine, Morillon, Samoens and Sixt-fer-cheval. The mountain biking terrain offers suitability for a wide range of disciplines and difficulty. This area is attractive as increasing lift access during the peak summer months makes it more accessible, offering rough and ready trails free of other riders unlike other alpine resorts.