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Steve Bate

On the 14 June 2011 I was diagnosed with a degenerative eye condition, which made me re-evaluate my life. It made me realise there is so much to see and do, before I will no longer be able to see at all. I guess I’m a climber by trade, but have been known to ride a tandem too. I’m passionate about being outside with my wife Caroline and dog Murphy. I’m happiest in wild places having adventures testing my physical and mental boundaries. When i’m at home training, I enjoy little micro adventures around the Calder Valley to keep me sane. My day job is a para-athlete with British Cycling and ParalympicsGB, but this gets in the way of fat biking shenanigans!

The Number Crunch: Being Ginger! El Capitan, Lurking Fear 4 days, Zodiac 33hrs?(with Andy Kirkpatrick), Zodiac solo (6 days). Rio Paralympics x 2 gold medalist, bronze medalist, World Record holder. Adventure cycling in Patagonia (Carretera Austral, 770 miles)

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16 08 2018 - News

Alpkit Adventure Weekender
Join us in store for an adventure filled weekend

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10 08 2018 - Daring Deeds

Double vision
winning double gold in paralympics and worlds

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19 02 2018 - News

Steve Bate wins the Rovaniemi 150
Winning the Rovaniemi 150 arctic ultra race

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13 02 2018 - Daring Deeds

Preparing for Rovaniemi 150
Steve Bate fat biking in the Arctic circle

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15 11 2017 - Daring Deeds

Back in Black
Returning to the Dark Side

Steve Bate
28 09 2017 - Daring Deeds

Ride Across Britain
Fat Biking LeJog

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30 05 2017 - Daring Deeds

Searching for the Mountain Haggis
Fat bikes and thin buddies