Adventurous Dads 2016
A grand little family adventure for fathers day!
Adventures of a Swig Bottle Part 1
Harry Bloor, H to his friends, writes up the first part of his recent Jura cycle tour
Reaching the E1 start line
Through goodbyes, injury, realisation. The start of the 7600km run looms heavy.
The Camino Report - part 3
The bike now in my life I look at the performance hitting the trails of Norway
The Wild West of Lima - part 2
Heading out into the mountains around Lima can only lead to adventure
Attempting to swim across the two largest whirlpools in the world and not meet Captain Nemo.
The Perfect Getaway Guide
Make sure you're not leaving things till the last minute, even for those long weekends!
How to choose a waterproof jacket
Ashleigh puts waterproofs under the Spotlight and explains what those long numbers and acronyms mean
Adventure Pedlars - A company born out of a 20,000km bike ride:
Pete and Alice rode around the world and then decided they wanted to help other people see the world from a bicycle.
Catch Nature off Guard
You are never really going to see what nature’s up to, unless you’re prepared to sleep out amongst it.
Where do we get our waterproof fabrics from, and why?
Our approach to fabric selection allows us to make better garments that meet our performance, ethical and environmental requirements.
New Swimming Wetsuits
Test samples of Terrapin, a lower buoyancy wetsuit, and Silver Tip, a thermal fleece lined wetsuit, are appearing round the country and due in stock in the autumn
Bivvy Bag development
Development for our new Alpkit hooped bivvy hit a problem when the new super-light, breathable fabric we were using turned out to be not breathable enough...
2016 bike luggage dev part 3
The Stem Cell range is expanding to include 4 models
Coming soon an extended range of versatile mid-layers for all year round use
Wanted: Garment Technologist
We are looking for someone who geeks out over outdoor clothing
Helping Kids Complete their Bronze DofE
St Johns School would like 5 of their disadvantaged students to undertake the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award
Supporting Sheldon School and the Ten Tors Challenge
Sheldon School would like its students to train for, and attempt the Ten Tors Challenge, a navigational and endurance event
Path Hill Outdoors
Path Hill Outdoors are a not-for-profit company, working with educationally disengaged students. They would like to take individuals on a week long canoe and survival trip to Sweden, where they will learn invaluable skills, supporting behaviour change
Helping to protect London’s River Lea
The River Lea is one of the most polluted rivers in the UK. Thames21 would like to introduce a new reedbed to the river to increase biodiversity and improve water quality