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Monthly Archives: October 2015
GO Outdoors will be the headline sponsor of Mountain Mayhem for another year.
Mountain Mayhem 2016 is set to return and will continue to be supported by us as intrepid mountain bikers take on the 24-hour endurance event at Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire on June 17-19.
Now the nights are drawing in it’s time to embrace the shadows of the trail.
Light up the way with our first product of the week – the CatEye Volt 100 & Rapid Mini Light Set.
Here’s our first Bike of the Week – the Calibre Rivelin!
A lightweight bike at less than £300, the Rivelin is a brilliant budget bike for anyone planning to take to the roads this winter.
Bike Rumor took a look at our in-house range of mountain bikes that offer “a lot of bang for your buck” and it’s safe to say they were pretty impressed.
Our highest-priced Bossnut (at less than £1,000 with a discount card) features a spec that pleased the Bike Rumor team and our fat bike, the Dune, was praised for its trimmed down frame to help combat the hefty weight that is often the drawback of fat bikes.
Mountain bike website Factory Jackson recently spoke to Mike Sanderson, the man behind our very own Calibre range, and took a look at some of the bikes we’ve got to offer.
From the sub-£600 Dune fat bike to the full-sus Bossnut at less than £1,000, these hard-hitting rides are sure to leave every mountain biker smiling.
Read the full article here: http://factoryjackson.com/2015/10/21/industry-insight-mike-sanderson-of-go-outdoors/
Turn those square eyed TV monsters into wide eyed wandering explorers
The weather is getting colder, the hours of daylight are getting shorter but these aren’t reasons to stay indoors this half term. Spending family time outdoors when young can kickstart a lifelong love for adventure. It’s easier in summer, so here are a few tips for the autumn months to try.
Geocaching is on the rise, and is quickly becoming a family favourite activity
Take the health benefits of a good walk, the thrill of exploring and add in all the fun of a treasure hunt and you’ve got an activity that is fun for adults and kids alike. That’s geocaching, and it’s on the rise here in the UK.