Reviews of The Rome, Brighton and Mississauga Marathons, the Waterloo Half Marathon, the Mercedes-Benz Oakville 10k, Brooks ST5 Running Shoes, MSR Alpine Deluxe Kitchen Set, Genuine Health Fermented Vegan Protein+ Powder, the Outwell Shearwater Cool Bag, the dhb Classic Cycling Jersey Range and the Helly Hansen Women’s Skuld 4 Boots.

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Rome Marathon

A journalist in Runners World recently described Rome as a ‘second tier’ Marathon which I...

Brighton Marathon

Following my first marathon back in 2012, once the pain had worn off I set myself the goal of running...

Merc-Benz Oak 10k

This 10k race takes place in Oakville and is known as a flat, fast route along the shores of Lake Ontario...

Brooks ST5 Runners

The Racer ST 5 racing shoe is built for the speed you crave while providing the support your body...

Mississauga Mara

This marathon is a Boston Qualifier and takes place just to the south-west of Toronto, starting inland...

Waterloo Half

This year’s Waterloo Marathon provided no shortage of inspirational storylines. From running legend Ed...

Gear Review - February 13, 2016 10:07 PM

dhb Classic Cycling Jerseys


Warmth, comfort and versatility are what you’ll get from dhb’s Classic Roubaix Long Sleeve Jersey, designed to keep you riding when...Read More

Gear Review - April 01, 2016 07:20 AM

Outwell Shearwater Bag


The spacey cool bag is perfect for days out, picnics by the beach or in the park and it's unique lid opening helps your food stay cooler for...Read More

Gear Review - April 02, 2016 11:40 AM

Helly Hansen Women's Boots


These stylish, cold weather walking boots are ideal for when you want warmth and protection while looking your very best...Read More

Free Recipe Book Download - December 08, 2015 10:45 AM

Chia Recipes for Ultra Runners


Download our Free PDF Booklet of Chia Seed Recipes for Plant Based Runners, including ultra running food and drink, Here...

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We run, we hike, we swim, we bike, we travel. And then we write honestly about it all and make non glossy films as an alternative to the advertiser-focused, unsustainable and largely unethical sports, activity and travel magazines that tend to pass as our mainstream media nowadays. Share our values and want to join the team? Get in touch.



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