The UK Cycle Touring Festival Returns For 2016! Get Your Early Bird Ticket Now

Quick version: Earlybird tickets for the 2nd UK Cycle Touring Festival are on sale! Click here to get yours. Last year’s inaugural Cycle Touring Festival turned out to be a really powerful celebration of bicycle travel, and a massively enjoyable way to spend a weekend. If you came along last…

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Get A Year’s Supply Of Vicarious Adventure This Month At The Adventure Travel Film Festival

Two of my favourite human beings of all time are Austin Vince and Lois Price, who have not only released some of the the best DIY travel films and books ever, but also live on a Dutch barge, which to my mind immediately puts them right up there with the very best that leftfield British society has to offer.…

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UK Cycle Touring Festival 2015: Earlybird Tickets On Sale Now!

Heads up, folks – today we’re launching the first round of ticket sales for the UK’s first Cycle Touring Festival! Earlybird tickets are discounted, but there’s a limited quantity available, so I suggest you get in there early before word gets out. [UPDATE: Earlybird tickets are now sold out –…

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Save The Date: 1st–3rd May 2015 for the UK’s very first Cycle Touring Festival!

If your calendar is anything like mine, you’ll already be fighting off an encroachment of frankly irritating weddings, bachelor weekends, milestone birthdays, must-visit festivals and other far-future shenanigans. How are we supposed to fit any adventures in? Can everybody stop getting married already? If you’re in or near the UK, though,…

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Inspiring, Informing & Connecting Overland Adventure Travellers: HUBB UK

I don’t normally dedicate entire blog posts to a single event, but this is one that deserves special attention. Because there aren’t many events in the UK calendar that deal specifically with the planning of long overland adventures. HUBB UK, however, is one of them. Spawned from the hugely popular…

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