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Step up your bike maintenance game with these 10 hacks to improve the quality of your next ride. No matter what sort of cyclist you are, at some stage, you will…

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You've packed your gear, first-aid kit, your snacks and you're ready to go! Hold up though, because adding a DIY repair kit can save you a headache out in the f…

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IT'S ALL VERY well to be MasterChef-picky about your culinary predilections while sitting cosy in your lounge, four-burner stainless steel stove simmering away…

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With zero bike tech knowledge and just a big dream, Henry Brydon set off on an epic cycling adventure, learning a thing or two along the way. In 2010 I quit my…

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1. The vessel Not all canoes are created equal and these days there’s more variety than ever. Here’s a breakdown on performance attributes of different craft: W…

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Prior to huge treks by foot, there's a few things you can do to clear the path of stumbling blocks. Te Araroa veteran Laura Waters discusses her methods, from s…

Adventure

Australians are taking their bikes off road and onto the dirt in increasing numbers. In this first column dedicated to mountain biking, Ash Gray, talks about wh…

Adventure

With so many amazing natural landscapes in Australia, concern is increasing about their future. Outdoor investigated what,s being done to protect our bushland…

Adventure

Laura Waters tackles the Buller Huts Trail in the Victorian Alps, discovering wild mountains, historic huts and summer wildflowers.  But it's no walk in the par…

Reviews

Are they cheating? Outdoor tested out two of Dyson’s electric bikes to see just what all the fuss is about. Call me a traditionalist, but when I heard I was to…

Adventure

A fools climb, Mount Fuji, Japan. A climb up Mount Fuji prior to the start of the climbing season will ensure you beat the crowds, but it will present some seri…

Reviews

NO MATTER WHAT outdoor activity you’re into, if you’re out in the bush for more than a day you’ll eventually need to cook something to eat. While making fire is…

RUGGED UP IN AN olive-green knitted jersey and cradling a cup of steaming tea in his hands, Paul Harper gazed out to the ocean from the verandah of his temporar…

Destinations

CORNER AFTER CORNER. Rise and fall, rise again. Rushing, rustling green. Silence broken by the deep rumble of rubber on dirt. Eyes wide and forward. Concentrati…

Destinations

THE HIKING, THE campsites, the bike and 4WD tracks – in your self-confident mind, it’s a case of ‘been there, done that’. So it can be refreshingly educational…