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    Are you ready for an adventure you’ll never forget?
    16 Jan 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Where have you always wanted to go? Are you all about soaking up the culture in the city? Do you prefer to get up close to nature in the jungle? Or maybe the mountains are your perfect escape. Exodus Travels was founded over 40 years ago to enable people to not only discover new places but actually live them. Exodus specialises in creating unique...
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    My Cycling Journey - Rebecca Clarke
    14 Jan 2019 / Rebecca Clarke
    Like most people, I began cycling as a child. My most vivid memory of cycling at this time was riding in a figure-of-eight repeatedly on my front drive. I also remember going on family cycles when we went on holiday, whizzing around with my parents and annoying security guards with tales of my adventures. What I don’t remember was the...
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    My Cycling Journey - Nassrin Chamanian
    14 Jan 2019 / Nassrin Chamanian
    I was about 8 years old when I learned to ride a bike. I can't quite remember how it happened - one minute I was on stabilisers, the next I was flying free. Well, almost free. At the age of 8, I was only allowed to ride around the block but that was a big distance for a small person. My beloved Raleigh Denim was second-hand out of the local...
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    My Cycling Journey - Stephanie Kitchen
    14 Jan 2019 / Stephanie Kitchen
    I’ve always cycled a bit as a mode of transport, for commuting, going to uni or for just getting around town. But I think I really fell in love with cycling the summer I graduated from uni. Me and my friend Brigid got road bikes and toured the coast of Portugal for 3 weeks. We had no gear (just alllll the ideas) a beaten up map, a couple of...
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    My Cycling Journey - Kirsty Smith
    14 Jan 2019 / Kirsty Smith
    I discovered cycling as an attempt to combine some of my favourite things - being outdoors, being active, and being with my boyfriend. He’d always been a mountain biker, but started road cycling for fitness (and networking - it turns out cycling really is the new golf). I’d owned a bike as a child, but it had never been a massive part...
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    My Cycling Journey - Sarah Pain
    14 Jan 2019 / Sarah Pain
    My cycling journey has been rather intermittent – apart from a few brief dalliances as a teenager I was a bit late to the party, only really getting into it well into my 30s! I must have learnt to ride a bike as a young child but I actually don’t remember the learning bit. I do vaguely remember getting a shiny red bike for my birthday...
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    Challenge Wiggle - Our favourite early season rides
    02 Dec 2018 / Josh Harris
    February and March are not renowned for their great riding weather. You might get snow, you will probably get rain, and you will most definitely encounter wind... But, us 'Wigglers' are a hardy bunch. We have kick-started the year with some great rides, all across the country. In this blog post, we take a look at some of our favourite road...
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    Andy Tennant’s grooming rules for winter cycling
    19 Oct 2018
    I won’t lie. Winter is miserable. After a five- or six-hour ride in the rain and wind (or even as short as 30 minutes some days) I often wonder how braving these elements on such a regular basis has had an impact on the look and feel of my skin. Like many people, I never used to be that concerned with skincare. However, since I've...
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    Ride connected with Garmin
    04 Oct 2018 / Nassrin Chamanian
    Ride smarter, bolder, longer, connected with Garmin. No matter how or where you like to roll, Garmin has the gear to bring performance, navigation and awareness to your ride. Here's our perfect connected bike set-up. Garmin Edge 1030 Cycling Computer The Edge 1030 is Garmin's most advanced bike computer yet. The new and improved Trendline...
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    The booming bicycle world
    01 Oct 2018
    There are more people on bikes now than ever before. According to a study by the World Bank in 2015 , 50% of the global population know how to ride a bicycle. Over two billion bicycles were in use at the time of the study. By 2050, that number could be as high as five billion. That’s a lot of bicycles and cyclists. If you are reading this...

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