Fight Ocean Plastic with your under carriage – SAXX partners with Plastic Bank

I can vouch that the Ballpark Pouch™offers support to the men out there who opt to slip in SAXX‘s products, a review is just around the corner – but an apology in advance, I’ve figured its best to save you from pictures of me in the nude. There’s been a marked uptake of utilising plastic…

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Rab Phantom Pull-On Waterproof Jacket – Reviewed

The pursuit of reducing weight has long been at the forefront of trail running kit design. The goal of leaving the unnecessary in the comfort of your home, while you explore endless singletrack and fell, uninhibited by the clothing you wear is a thought many of us will have during our time spent running. Rab…

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On Running Waterproof Anorak – Reviewed

A summer of sun? Long nights and dusty trails? There comes a time where everyone needs to slip on some high tech materials, change your mindset and head out when the weather is typically British. We’ve had storms of late and started to consider drawing out the jacket, only to realise getting soaked is the…

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inov-8 give the TERRAULTRA G 270 a Scandi flick & my first running impressions

After reporting about the launch inov-8‘s new TERRAULTRA G 270, followed shortly by Damian Hall’s record breaking Pennine Way FKT, the graphene blended soles have been getting a lot of traction in the media and on trails across the world. But, as with as things Graphene soled, inov-8’s choice of colours can be a little…

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Jo Meek to take on Nigel Jenkins Dartmoor Round FKT

FKT’s or Fastest Known Times have taken over the UK ultra running community these past few months. With Centurion Running hosting the first major UK based ultra event in the past few months last weekend, is there some sort of normality, based on our habits and knowledge from 2019 starting to come back? One thing…

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Tea, Litter & Co2 – Damian Hall’s Pennine Way FKT

A little over a week ago, a man with an on-camera tea drinking habit akin to Guy Martin, Damian Hall, set a new FKT or Fastest Known Time on the Pennine Way, days after John Kelly had broken Mike Hartley’s 31 year record set in 1989 of 65 hours 20 minutes. Rather than pitching this…

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The Lakes Litter Initiative – Get behind keeping the Lakeland fells & valleys clean

Last week I spent a few days in Cornwall with Ben and Dom from Trash Free Trails, for which I’m ambassador, discussing all things trash and trail related. It gave me some new energy and wanting to do more. I live near Milton Keynes and am fortunate that for the most part, my local trails…

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Maverick Chamonix Endeavour 100km Virtual Race – French trails from the comfort of your front door

Ah virtual racing It seems like an age since I first wrote about virtual races and series kicking off within weeks of lockdown and like many, my perception of time is but gone. Its almost August! Where did the past 4 months go??! I know many of us head abroad either in the build up…

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On Running goes carbon – Introducing the Cloudboom

This past 12 months have seen a surge in running shoe companies dedicating resources to perfecting their speed machines, utilising technology more akin to F1, the Tour de France and fighter jets. Carbon fiber On enters this category, rubbing shoulders with a select few brands looking to propel runners to new PBs and records with…

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Bosch eBike Systems supports Trash Free Trails to deliver groundbreaking ‘State of Our Trails’ Baseline Study

Any Trash Free Trails news is always of interest to me being an A-Team member, and its great to be able to finally announce the launch of the State of Our Trails Baseline Study. We’re thinking big, we’re looking into the future, but more over, we’re looking at capturing the impact, we, as active trail…

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