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Ortlieb Pannier Review

Ortlieb panniers aren’t the cheapest, but they’re the crème de la crème and worth investing in if you’re serious about bike touring.

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Bright Brewery Alpine XPL Review

Crisp as a fresh apple, this Aussie-made, locally brewed beer is a great way to chill post-adventure.

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Trail Helmet Guide: 8 of the Best

MTB guru Ash Gray provides a definitive guide the best trail helmets on the market. Next time you're browsing, you'll be glad you read this.

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The Sound and the Furrion

The Sound and the Furrion

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Tested: Dyson Electric Bikes

Are they cheating? Outdoor tested out two of Dyson’s electric bikes to see just what all the fuss is about.

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Tested: JetBlack Z1 Pro Fluid Trainer

Outdoor puts the JetBlack Z1 Pro Fluid Trainer to the test, discovering a solid training tool for those rainy days.

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Steri-PEN Pure+

Gear Review: SteriPEN Pure+

Avoid tummy troubles from drinking unsanitised water with this handy little gadget.

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Trek Tasmania

For those yearning to escape the rat race and delve headlong into nature, this summer there’s a new route to consider. A brand new course through the pristine takayna/Tarkine in Tasmania’s north west.

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A World Expeditions trek in Nepal, where it all started in 1975. Image by Mark Tipple

Powerful Stride, Small Footprint

In 2020, World Expeditions will celebrate 45 years of providing sustainable adventure experiences around the world. In our age of increasing urbanisation, environmental destruction and loss of adventurous opportunity, the company remains true to their founding philosophy of blending genuine life-changing adventure in stunning destinations with proactive preservation of the people, animals and environments that make those destinations so special in the first place.

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