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Outbound: San Fran seascapes, facing fears and on quitting your job to shoot the Northern Lights

In Outbound by Claire

When I first started talking about adventures and noticing an interest in the value in walking up hills, my friend Alvin sent me some words on the matter. I dug them out today, alongside a bunch of super beautiful images that made me want to go travelling across America, amongst …

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Outbound: wow, the world in photos and words

In Outbound by Claire

This weekend we had a bash at cycling from London to the west coast; 156 miles in total. I wanted to go and see a pier – a beautiful old Grade 1 pier that excites me no end. In the photos it looks stunning, always set against an emptiness of …

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Art Crank in London

In Interviews by Claire

Catch up on Art Crank. ‘The poster party for bike people’ UK organiser Chris Verbick grabbed a table in his studio to chat about the show in the US, bringing it to the UK and how he keeps it homely, community-driven and independent. And also pulling couches around the streets …

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Outbound: depression and running, trends in boob shape, and painfully stylish cycling videos

In Outbound by Claire

It’s two AM and I find myself organising a list of what largely consists of cycling videos. What’s great about all of them is how stylised they are. I find myself getting hung up on this more than anything. Mostly they’re all sleek and stunning, artsy little things, each interesting …

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Outbound: glass houses, outlawed jungles, and London illustration

In Outbound by Claire

These have been some amazing, beautiful and impossible-to-look-away-from videos put out in the last week or so. From high speed skating or cycling against the traffic on the way to the a Columbia/Panama jungle, or cycling the beautiful Hiroshima prefecture, the internet has it covered. Nearer to home, there’s also …

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Pilgrim Cycling: meet Tom Probert

In Interviews by Claire

Pilgrim Cycling Co. is a Kickstarter project that embodies an adventurous, explorative spirit and has just smashed through its goal by 250%. I sat down with creator Tom Probert to talk about the motivation behind it all. He chose his favourite coffee shop and shared his tips on cycling a …

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Detour is live

In Blog by Claire

I’ve become a lot more interested in adventures in the last year, especially those on bikes because you can cover such a decent distance with very little effort. They’re also very bonding, eye-opening and good for the head. A lot of the things I’ve seen around adventures and exploring are …

ClaireDetour is live