Remember When We Were Kids… … and we used to ride our BMX along the bed of a local stream, trying not get our feet wet? I don’t believe I’m the only MTB rider with that memory. Well, imagine that memory and multiply it by a thousand. Chris Akrigg’s new edit is a wonderful thing. […]
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Personalised Maps – Adventurers and MTB Riders Made Happy (and not lost)!
What’s Wrong With Ordinary Maps? In the UK, we’re incredibly lucky to have the Ordnance Survey. The maps produced are well known for their accuracy, usability and usefulness for planning new adventures. Walkers, cyclists, MTBers and adventurers of all kinds have been using OS Landranger and Explorer maps for years. So, there’s nothing wrong with ordinary […]
PYGA Onetwenty650 Review – Full Sus, Full Fun
How did I hear about Pyga Bikes? For reasons we won’t go into here, but outside most peoples’ control, a bike I ordered took an age to arrive in the country. To keep me happy, the lovely Paul at BikeSwanky let me borrow one of his demo Pyga Onetwenty650 bikes. Bit of a master stroke, if […]