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One Year on a Bike

Bicycle travel 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. "One Year on a Bike” is a new book that documents Martijn Doolaard´s cycling journey from Amsterdam to Singapore, it is simultaneously a travelogue and visual journey, and depicts his long adventurous ride, plus the pleasure, the pain, and the lessons learned through traveling. Doolaard shares the gear and knowledge that made his trip possible alongside the passionate curiosities that served as his impetus.

To be released on March 25, but available now for a special pre-order price of $38 $60. Available in Europe here




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SLIPSTREAM

"The Netflix of adventure films" is finally here! With more than 300 adventure films and exclusive access to pay-per-view movies, Slipstream is the video streaming site for the outdoors-film junkie. Slipstream puts all the adrenaline-filled, outdoor stoke you could want in one place for just $4.99/month. The platform is available on all the standard platforms: smart TV, mobile, tablet or desktop device, and includes hundreds of action sports films with categories su...
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CONTACT HIGH

Penned by Vikki Tobak and featuring a foreword by Questlove, Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop is an inside look at the work of hip-hop photographers told through their most intimate diaries - their contact sheets. The collection of photos span decades of documentation from hip-hop culture, featuring rare outtakes of iconic as well as unseen images from photographers like Glen Friedman, Ricky Powell, Lawrence Watson, Angela Boatwright and many more. The book...
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MORSEL SPORK

The Spork has received its long-awaited redesign, and this has to be the most versatile outdoor eating utensils available. The Morsel Spork was created by a design duo out of Portland, Oregon known as Hadron Gear, they wanted to design a better utensil that solved all the shortcomings they saw in conventional sporks and camping utensils. After spending a whole 18 months re-designing the camping spork, the team finally came up with the worlds most badass single outdo...
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