Archive for the ‘Bike’ Category
A small but doughty Team OAG took on one of Ireland’s premier outdoor events recently: the Killarney Adventure Race 2012 (KAR).
Team OAG meet up with the For Godness Shake’s team for the ultimate Adventure Racing Tips
Cycling is the sport that the nation has fallen in love with. It’s fun, cheap, green, and good for our health and – as Bradley Wiggins, Chris Hoy et al have proved – we’re great at it. Britain is ripe with possibilities for two-wheeled adventures, so we packed our panniers and tracked down ten of [...]
From kayak camping down to sleeping in a Bivvy – 5 Ways to go Camping Now
From the mountains of the Vercors right through to the Ardèche canyon, the south of the Rhône Alpes is a haven for avid adventurers, with everything from Husky-hiking though to canoeing. Perfect for a sporting trip of your own.
Fancy trying a new sport? How about one that means gnarly descents and hardy climbs…
The Leinster family head to the Scottish Borders for a not-so-casual race against the clock in the Glentress forest, clocking in steep climbs, gnarly descents and more digital check points thanyou can shake your dibber at.
OAG heads to the Scottish Highlands for an action-packed weekend of sea kayaking and mountain biking
In a summer that’s all about sport and austerity measures, cycling looks set to grow and grow. What more do we need to say, it’s cheap to do; easy enough for anyone with a basic level of fitness; gets the legs going; is great for families, couples, mates and even solo-riders; and there’s a lots [...]
Team OAG has scoured the UK in pursuit of those remote pubs that are hidden from the hustle and bustle of every day life but may well be on your beaten track. So ditch the car, pack your rucksack, pump your tyres, or grab your paddle and head out for one (or two) very well earned pints!