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Field Tests

  • UT: James Adamson with the Axis Field Test

    FIELD TEST : SPRING, 2018 The Axis Modular Waist Pack by James Adamson   Heading to the desert this time of year is a bit of a pilgrimage for people who live here in Jackson. There’s still snow in the mountains and mud is pervasive in the valley. The crew that I’ve connected with here are excellent riders and athletes. Their passion for riding isn’t contained to any one aspect of the cycling. These guys are free riding huge lines with giant airs and racing 100 mile, vision quest gravel races. It’s an amazing environment up here, as the isolation...

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  • The Ends

    1,000KM Through China's Yangtze River Delta / FIELD TEST

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  • We Are Not Lucky

    All Mountain Adventures in the Southern Hemisphere / Field Test — The South Island of New Zealand is remote and mostly undeveloped and offers endless varieties of trails, from high Alpine passes with rocky descents to rooty jungle walking tracks. It's a place where the time spent riding is most accurately measured in the amount of sandwiches in your pack. Many routes will typically include at least one night staying in a trail hut ...

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  • It's Not That Georgia

    The Republic of Georgia / Field Test

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  • No Reception

    Mission Workshop x Taylor Stitch / Field Test

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  • Nodes

    Searching For Corridors of Flow / Field Test

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  • Loch House

    Bothying in Scotland by Bike / Field Test

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  • Escape North

    Nordic Spring / Field Test

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  • The Guide to Getting Lost

    Moutain Bike Trip Through France / Field Test

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  • Decompression

    The Swiss Alps / FIELD TEST

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  • Acre > Wales

    Riding with Dirt Magazine in Wales / Field Test

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  • Riding The Lake District

    Acre Supply / Field Test

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  • WANDER

    Far From Home : The Alps / FIELD TEST

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  • Transit in the Rough

    We traded the laptop for a frisbee, and chargers for a sleeping bag. We packed up every bit of the 31L of internal volume with gear and food for a four-day, river rat, swimming hole finding, self-sustained, mixed surface, spectacle and put the bag through a year of abuse in just a handful of days.

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