Posts tagged australia
Gear Review: iXS MTB Gear

Check out Ambassador Mel Hayes' latest thoughts on her favorite mountain biking gear : iXS

Mel rides 100% Enduro, so this kit has been trailed and tested on both technical climbs and descents during long period in the saddle.

What's more, iXS riding apparel is made from recycled plastics, PET bottles specifically and with the slogan "One Playground. Nurture it" iXS place the importance of the environment in every aspect of the manufacture and production of their gear.  #PlasticFree

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The Jonesys : a Family on a Mission

Meet the Jonesys. All 2 and ½ of them.

Lauren Jones: Mama to Morgan and wife to Justin. Lauren is a keen and brave adventuress with a sustainable mindset and love for the outdoors.

Lauren is one to embrace a good challenge and in her own words believes that “self-discovery begins where your comfort zone ends.” Lauren is putting this into action on July 15 as she and her family undertakes a 1,800km trek, unaccompanied through the Australian outback.

Read more about their epic journey in our blog post!

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Bone Broth Soup

It is the talk of the town - bone broth soup.  She Went Wild was curious to know what all the fuss was about so we tried this little number for ourselves and fell in love with this classic winter pick me up. Easy, economical and so versatile. This soup is great as a meal on its own or as a camping companion in a hip flask as a mid hike pick-me-up. Check out the recipe!

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Heather Egan : Walking Coast to Coast in the UK

In the British Summer of 2016 you turned her back on conformity and decided to walk from coast to coast in the UK - with no training or real preparation of what lay ahead. With a 'can-do' attitude Heather borrowed a tent, rucksack, bought some walking boots and took her first step into her adventure. Heather shares her story with us on embracing the unknown and stepping out of her comfort zone.. one step at a time.

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