Monthly Archive: August 2017

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How to keep yourself motivated

Staying motivated is essential to success, yet it’s so easy to feel unmotivated. Maybe the weather is bad, it’s off-season, or maybe you are just not feeling like it. It happens to everyone, so here are my top tips that (hopefully) help you with keeping yourself motivated.

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CONTEC PG1 Multi-tool — Review

CONTEC PG1 multi-tool is an impressive tool for just 15€. Thanks to its clever and minimalistic design, the multi-tool packs all the necessary features into a very lightweight and compact package.

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Making my Mountain Bike lighter — Part 5

In part 5 we focused on improving the comfort of the bike. Furthermore, having switched back to bottles meant figuring out the lightest possible way to carry the essential tools and spares. We are not there just yet, but we are getting closer.

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Hydration Packs Versus Bottles

The debate of Bottles versus Hydration pack has been going on ever since the first hydration pack was brought out. Both of which have their ups and downs. Here’s my take on the topic.

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Camelbak Ratchet — Tested and Reviewed

Camelbak Ratchet comes with a 3-liter Crux hydration reservoir and 3 liters of storage for the essentials. Other features include breathable air mesh back panel and external helmet hooks. It also comes with a removable stability belt, a feature we would have liked to see on Camelbak Classic. Weighing just around 300 grams, it’s also the lightest hydration pack with 3-liter reservoir from Camelbak.