Riding the Broken Road
With TMS on hold Kenny has a couple of hours to ride the Broken Road
#Alpkit dadventure - The Top 3
Some great adventures with dad.
Amy and Ella on getting motivated by their dad Tim.
Enjoying Irish E grade trad sea cliff climbing.
Socks, lights, poles, rucksacks, sleeping bags and bikes
We are never standing still here at Alpkit, here is a preview of what is coming in over the next few months
Eating Out - Alfresco Summer Dining
The sun is still in the sky at tea time, take the opportunity to eat outside - Season with a pinch of adventure to suit your own taste.
Take a hike
Trekking poles can help reduce fatigue when you are out walking, Jay runs through tips to get you walking further for longer
Gear Chooser: Gamma vs. Prism 100
Two close contenders - which is best for you?
The life of a seasonnaire
After returning from the Alps for the winter I was at a bit of a loose end as I didn’t really know where to go next. I’ve spent the past 8 years living the life of a seasonnaire, including 3 years of uni.
Alpkit Bikepacking - Little steps…
Small developments happen every day in the Alpkit factory, Ben runs through some of these
Sleeping bags 2015
Jay asks - What sleeping bags are coming and why have we chosen them?
Mantas are sold out? What’s coming next…
Jay manages to pin down Nick to find out exactly what is going on with head torches and lanterns this year?
Ask Nick - Alpkit Baselayers
Getting ready for an active 2015 ahead with some tasty base layers
Alpkit - What’s coming in 2015?
Nick has been working away at the 2015 range of products - we take a quick look at what is coming
FixeRoca Siurana rope tested
Ramon Marin gives the rope a real testing across a variety of climbing styles
Dart 10K - OSS Event
A 10km swim ending at Dittisham
Alpkit Foundation needs you
We are looking for one of our customers to be a trustee of our newly formed charity the Alpkit Foundation
The Alpkit mountain tandem gets it first test run in the hills
Introducing the Alpkit Foundation
We want people to overcome the obstacles that prevent them from ‘Going Nice Places and Doing Good Things’ so we’re donating 1% of our sales or 10% of our profit to directly support real people doing real things.