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Gravel Cycling

Bikepacking is about going slowly, exploring the world and seeing it for the first time, also bringing back the most indelible memories about the people you’ve met. Gravel Cycling is a complete guide to adventure bikepacking, starting with the basics like choosing the right bike and gear, how to properly clean your bike, and what to prepare for on long rides. Written by accomplished gravel cyclist Nick Legan, the book also covers riding tips, course previews, and outfitting strategies you need to launch your own cycling adventure in the great outdoors.

Also check out "One Year on a Bike” a book that documents Martijn Doolaard´s cycling journey from Amsterdam to Singapore.




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EMBER TEMPERATURE-CONTROLLED CUP

Ember have introduced a smaller version of their popular heated smart mug that is ideal for espresso-based drinks. Perfect for cappucinos, cortados, flat whites and more. The new Ember smart cup is sure to keep it at the temperature of your choice through the app that enables you to manage it. You can remotely set drinking temperature and control Ember settings from your iPhone or Apple Watch, and maintain your perfect drinking temperature for up to 1.5 hours. It al...
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STAY WILD

Are you ready and willing to digitally detox? Looking for a magical place to escape the stressful city life, and reconnect with nature? There are few things like the joy of treehouses or sitting around the campfire, in this new book Stay Wild, you fall in love with the world again. It showcases new ways to escape, from towering treehouses, compact cabins, houseboats, yurts, and mobile homes that let you cook your meals al fresco whilst the campfire flickers, this bo...
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TURMHAUS TIROL CHALET

Located in the Austrian snowy Alps, sits Turmhaus Tirol, an award winning tower-shaped chalet designed by the German architect Grunecker Reichelt. The architectural masterpiece is built on six floors and features a small elevator to connect all levels for transporting goods and baggage. A concrete skeleton clad in larch nods to the alpine chalets, whilst natural stone floors, and larch furniture complete the contemporary look. The basement levels comprise garage, bi...
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