August 25th sees the start of this year's edition of FURTHER Perseverance. The first in a trio of races this year takes riders deep into the Pyrenees. The race is named Perseverance, which is somewhat telling of the format of the race. The race takes on a different approach to an ultra endurance race.
Highland Trail 550: systems, headspace and jedi mind tricks
It’s been a month since finishing the HT550 as first female. I rolled down to the finish line after 4 days 4 hours, burnt to a crisp, swollen eyes from midge bites and riding through the night, bleeding raw lips, and the onset of trench foot. My top had collected so many days of sweat that the merino had stopped wicking and had turned to...
"We who travel have stories to tell" is a long held motto for the @pancelticraceseries - Alex talks through his bib-burger fuelled race through France, England and Wales to take 15th place in the Pan Celtic Race.
Cycle Norway's Matthew Tolley has written us a blogpost from a recent trip starting in Bergen and following the Atlantic Coastal Route for over 1000km. He's recently launched the website - cyclenorway.com and this is a taster of what to expect...
This weekend sees the start of the 2023 Tour Divide. A huge challenge — a 2,700-mile mountain bike race along the awe-inspiring Continental Divide. Learn more about the route, and our riders who'll be taking on the race here.
This time round were encouraging riders to make the most of the longest days of the year over the Summer Solstice weekend of the 23rd to 25th of June. The challenge is to ride one 100 mile/160km ride on either day.
This weekend sees the start of The Highland Trail 550, a self-supported mountain bikepacking route that spans 550 miles (885 km) through the rugged and remote Scottish Highlands. Learn more about our riders who'll be racing this year's race here.
Here at Restrap we use top-of-the-line fabrics and materials in the construction of all our products. In this blogpost, we’ve put together a quick breakdown of the fabrics we use across our bags, and why we use them.
Our bags are handmade by our team of highly skilled machinists and rigorously tested in the Yorkshire Dales. We control the manufacturing process from start to finish to guarantee the quality of the products that leave our factory door.
We stand by our products and subsequently offer a comprehensive lifetime guarantee against all defects in materials and workmanship. No matter how many journeys your bag has been on, if it's on us we'll fix it.