If you’re constantly in need of a new pair of sneakers to help you get round the city on your board, the Elby mid and low tops could be the answer. We take a look at the innovative board shoe by Brooklyn Workshop.
There seems to be no stopping the rapidly expanding Rapha – the exclusive cycling clothing brand that has expertly bridged the gap between function and fashion. We take a look at the brand and a few of the garment choices on offer.
What would you do to try to improve your athletic performance by a few seconds or more? A special diet? More gym time maybe? They had some interesting ideas in the 1930s…check out these old adverts we came across.
Tina Wallace takes a hike along one of Britain’s most instantly recognisable coastline scenes – The White Cliffs of Dover – taking in views of France, lighthouses with interesting tales and plenty more.
Found to the northwest of Scotland and halfway between Iceland and Norway, the Faroe Islands is a remote destination few venture out to. But with stunning scenery and amazing surf, many more should. Check out our latest gallery to see why!
Iconic bike innovator Schwinn has teamed up with Uniqlo to release some retro T-shirts that tap into the company’s interesting past. We take a quick look at how a German immigrant’s clever idea almost 120 years ago, got us all on to two wheels.
When hundreds of people are queueing up at 3pm for the launch of the new Nike trainer at 11am the next day, you know something’s got to give. OutdoorBuzz were at the launch of Supreme x Nike Foamposite 1 in New York to witness sneaker mania US style first hand – and pretty it wasn’t.
Ever wondered how much your running would progress if you spent time at an elite training programme with top coaches pushing you on? Ryan Graver did just that after winning a competition. Lucy Ross-Millar reports.
Rachel Nolan and friend Linda O’Connor are just days away from their first Marathon des Sables – a gruelling foot race spanning five and a half marathons over five or six days across the Sahara Desert. In this blog, Rachel talks about her preparation for the event.
Two months have passed since Ben Saunders and Tarka L’Herpiniere completed the longest polar journey on foot – walking 1,795km from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole and back. Ben will be speaking publicly next week for the first time about the feat, find out more.
Northern Norway boasts some of the most breathtaking landscapes you could wish to see. Here, award winning landscape photographer Andy Farrer shares some of his favourite shots in the Arctic Circle near Tromso and the spectacular Lofoten Islands, just south of Tromso.
World renown BASEjumper and wingsuit pilot Dan Vicary died on Saturday after a jump went tragically wrong. We interviewed the extraordinary man last year about safety and death and pay our respects to the adventurer.
Pro triathlete Lois Rosindale competes for Great Britain and is a member of Team Challenger World UK – listing the European u23 triathlon champs victory last year among her achievements so far. We caught up with her to find out more about her and her sport.
Ultra marathon runner Phil Taylor upped his training schedule and methods at the turn of the year – and was rewarded with a win in his first race this season. Here, in his latest blog, he discusses what he did and where he’ll be going from here.
If you’re not familiar with the brand Lululemon, chances are you soon will be. A designer and retailer of technical athletic apparel for the yoga, fitness market using Innovative fabrics and design, it shows no signs of slowing down.
Ever feel like you just want to get away from it all? Then this could be the place for you! Around 1500 miles away from the nearest land mass, Tristan da Cunha is the most remote group of islands in the world. Laura Jacklin found out more
Meeting the Prime Minister. A Tweet from Posh Spice. Prime Time TV appearances. Life’s been a little different for Charlotte Evans since she won Winter Paralympic Gold in Alpine Skiing with Kelly Gallagher. Lance Morgan visited the family home for OutdoorBuzz to find out more.
After finding out he had Parkinson’s disease, Alex Flynn set himself the goal of raising £1million for Parkinson’s research. His first challenge was to run, cycle, climb and kayak 10 million metres in competitive races taking in some of the world’s hardest endurance events. We spoke to him.
When you next put on your padded jacket or use your sleeping bag, take a moment to think about what went into insulating it. If it’s down, the outdoor clothing industry has gone through quite a journey to combat unethical practices and standards. We look at the story.
Lisbon is one of the oldest cities in the world – and the oldest city in Western Europe. But trying to navigate your way around it can be as difficult as finding your way through a maze. Here, Sophie Padgett has made it a little easier, with this guide to her hidden gems of Portugal’s capital.
Gemma Taylor is a cycling enthusiast from Cornwall who prefers to see the world around her from the vantage point of two wheels. Here, in her latest blog, she talks about and photographs the sights at Cardinham Woods, Cornwall.
We love a good success story that comes from someone’s passion for the outdoors – with some brilliant innovation thrown in for good measure. And we’ve admired Brooklyn-based clothing company Outlier for a long time for those very reasons.
Cycling, climbing, surfing, snowboarding, triathlon, running, BASE, exploration and adventure. There’s nothing quite like some inspiring and motivational quotes to help spur you on to bigger and better things. Here’s a few we’ve pulled together!
It’s pretty hard to define pro climber Timy Fairfield. Coach, trainer, author, presenter, consultant, ambassador, product designer, business owner – it’s fair to say he’s a climbing legend. We caught up with him for a chat
Professional triathlete Jenna Parker’s list of achievements include finishing first female at the New York City Triathlon last year. But when she’s not competing she can be found in front of a camera pursuing her other passion – acting. We caught up with her to find out what makes her tick.
Finding a race in another country or town to take part in is a perfect way to get to see somewhere completely new and immerse yourself in a new culture – while doing something you love. Birgit Nazarian talks about Destination Races – or Sightseeing on the Run.
Landlocked in central Europe, Slovakia is leaping ahead of its neighbours by gaining a well-deserved reputation for its outstanding natural beauty. Here, photographer Ľubomír Drápal shares some of his breathtaking shots of the country showing why.
Triathlete and duathlete Christine Bertram’s achievements include winning her age group at the European Sprint Triathlon Championships in Eilat in 2012. Last November she began a ‘celebration year’ – setting herself a challenge every month leading to her 40th birthday. We caught up with her.
Team GB Snowboarder Aimee Fuller is heading off to the States for the Burton US Open this weekend, just a fortnight after arriving home from Sochi. Josh Layton caught up with her to find out more about her Olympic debut, what she’s been up to since – and her future plans.
Ben Saunders and Tarka L’Herpiniere made history less than a fortnight ago by completing the longest polar journey on foot – walking 1,795km from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole and Back. We were lucky enough to catch up with Ben to find out how he’s been on his return.
Is this the biggest wave ever ridden? Andrew Cotton – who’s estimated to have reached a height of 80ft in Nazare, Portugal, at the beginning of Feb – finds out at the Billabong XXL Global Wave Awards whether he’s set a new world record. We pinned him down to talk to him about it!
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