Category: Ambassadors

What is the European Divide Trail and why should it be on your bucket list?

The European Divide Trail or EDT as it has come to be known, is the newly launched 7,600 kilometre long distance trail bisecting mainland Europe from the north eastern tip to the most south westerly point. The EDT is the brain child of Andy Cox @doubletrackfanatic, British cycling nomad and Tailfin product tester extraordinaire. Andy is no stranger to long distance riding having spent the last few years (barring lockdown) constantly travelling the lost lanes and dirt roads of Europe,…

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Tailfin Talks To… Chris Hall

Chris Hall is a London-based cyclist. His love for huge challenges for charity – such as 107 for 107 – brought him to the attention of the cycling community.

Here Chris discusses what brought him to that challenge, and now his move to long-distance cycling rides and races, including National 24, the Silk Road Mountain Race, trips across Australia, and the most recently the gruelling Atlas Mountain Race….

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TCRNo6: Ben takes the AeroPack to a top 10 finish

This year, our ambassador Ben Davies, finished the Transcontinental Race (TCRNo6) in an incredible 10th place, out of a starting field of 254. We asked him about his experience and how he got on with a pre-production prototype of the AeroPack, our new seatpack killer. The most important question. Did you enjoy it? I loved it! Any opportunity to be on my bike for a sustained period, ride some incredible roads and cross a number of countries is a good…

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Testing the AeroPack on the West Coast of Ireland

Summer is the season for long-distance cycling: the days stretch out and miles ridden claim their hours. Ultra-endurance races are taking place around the globe. I’ve escaped the concrete of my city home with my partner – Joe, and my road bike Genny. We’re heading for a mini-adventure in the lush green expanses of southwest Ireland – home to the TransAtlantic Way race. Tailfin has joined the many brands trying to answer the question of how to make bikepacking a…

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