Whilst the cold, wet weather may deter a lot of people from hopping on their bikes and going for a ride, those who are cycling mad, may still enjoy the fresh air and thrill that comes from commuting to and from work. But whether you are new to bike commuting or experienced, there are still things you need to consider to be ready to face anything the cold, wet weather throws at you.
With autumn just around the corner, the wet and rainy weather that comes along with it can quickly put a dampener on any outdoor adventure plans with the kids. However, just because it is raining outside, doesn’t mean you have to stay indoors. You just need to be prepared.
Down jackets can be a little expensive, so why not make the most of your investment and make it last.
Hiking is a great way to explore the wilderness and exercise. And just because its cold, rainy, and potentially snowy, doesn’t mean you have to put it on hold. You just need to dress for the occasion.
Monsal Trail. The all-round ideal route for biking beginners. Find out more about the scenic trail here...
No matter the weather, hiking is a great option for anyone and everyone who enjoys the great outdoors. But what if you’re new to hiking? If you are a novice, we have a few tips to help you get started.
If there is one think you don’t want when hiking through the wilderness, it is a heavy backpack. And the best way to avoid this is by only packing the essentials. But what essentials should you take?
When new to any kind of hobby, it can be difficult to know exactly what you do and don’t need. And it’s the exact same with cycling. Here is our list of essentials you need to get you going…
Meet the steeper sister to your standard running, trail running. But what exactly is it?