Cardo Scala Communications System

By Richelle Redekop When I first started riding, I was vehemently against the idea of helmet communication systems. Riding was my ‘me’ time, the last thing I wanted to do was listen to the inane chatter of someone talking just for the sake of [...]

A Woman’s Take on Klim Men’s Latitude Pants

By Richelle Redekop. This summer I had the misfortune of discovering just how miserable riding for 10 days in pouring rain could be. It turns out that sitting for hours in a puddle of water because somehow your pants let water in but not [...]

Klim Women’s Altitude Jacket

By Richelle Redekop. After a recent bike trip through Northern British Columbia and the Yukon was cut short by an unfortunate combination of sub par motorcycle gear, biting cold and constant torrential downpours I vowed to begin the search for some proper bike gear. [...]

Optimus Crux Lite Cook Stove & Terra Solo Cook Set

The Optimus Crux is a durable and dependable canister stove with a unique storage trick. The Crux has a folding burner head, making it one of the most compact canister stoves on the market. It comes in a soft case that will nest in [...]

MSR Alpine Dish Brush/Scraper

The MSR Alpine Dish Brush is one of the most used and appreciated items in my camp kitchen kit.  Although I tend to have little to no leftovers after cooking, inevitably there remains a small amount of food stuck on the pan or pot. [...]

Cook Book Review – Recipes for Adventure

Recipes for Adventure - Healthy, Hearty & Homemade Backpacking Recipes The Ultimate Guide to Dehydrating Food for the Trail By Chef Glenn McAllister I love this book! When it was delivered from Amazon I greedily read it cover to cover. Recipes for Adventure provides a [...]

Should I, or Shouldn’t I?

By Jessica Leyne. Review of the Leatt Neck Brace ADV II - KTM-Edition When I first started riding, I mounted my GoPro on top of my helmet just like many beginning off road riders. I got stuck a lot in bushes because the camera operated [...]