Month: July 2011

Nike Lava Dunk Premium Fall 2011

Nike Lava Dunk Premium – Fall 2011

The Nike Lava Dunk Premium is more like a hybrid than a true hiker. Still if you’re not wandering around in total wilderness but still need a rugged shoe to get you through the lighter trails, than this Nike Sportswear release might do you good.

Trail Run Magazine

Trail Run Magazine / e-zine

Trail Run Magazine is an online magazine in pd format covering all things trail running in Australia and New Zealand. The first issue is up for you to download and enjoy the 78 pages full of articles, stories, products and good photography as well

Giant Bikes Real Riders Sponsorships 2011

Instead of only sponsoring professional athletes, one sports company is planning to officially sponsor real people. Thirty cyclists of any age, ability or riding style will be chosen to become the new faces of the brand, receiving an official Giant Sponsorship package consisting of a contract, brand new bike and cycling gear. Great initiative by Giant Australia and hopefully followed soon by other sections in the world as well. Read more about this real riders sponsorships by Giant at firtsoffthebike.com.

Fabian Cancellara Madone Trek bikes by Hydro74

Trek Bicycle and renowned illustrator Hydro74 have teamed up to create a Spartacus-themed aesthetic appearing on the Trek Madone 6.9 SSL and Speed Concept 9.9 to be ridden by LEOPARD TREK’s Fabian Cancellara in this year’s Tour de France. Known throughout the cycling world as “Spartacus” for his gladiatorial physique and warrior mentality, Cancellara will compete on both bikes throughout the entire race. The paint scheme will soon be available for order Friday, July 1 through Trek’s Project One custom bike program.

adidas Fourteener fall 2012

adidas Fourteener- Fall 2011

A new style from Adidas, the Fourteener is a hiking boot inspired shoe, made from premium suede. Combining outdoor styling with a trainer aesthetic the Fourteener is another great modern addition to Adidas’ Vintage range.

Nike Air Magma Stone

Nike Air Magma Stone

The Magma was originally inspired by a 1978 expedition by two men who set out to climb K-2, the second highest mountain in the world after Mount Everest. The climbers wanted something more lightweight to make them move faster so they decided to return to base camp wearing Nike LDV runningshoes.