Dropped returns, the worldwide, local, everywhere and everything magazine for cycling.
"In volume 03, there are a variety of perspectives and opinions, from within the cycling community. There is a variety of Q&As about racing, inclusivity, photography and travel, alongside some longer, reflective stories.
Each feature is accompanied with incredible photography, capturing the awe-inspiring moments, often found whilst adventuring by bike.
Volume 03 is sustainably printed to help reduce our demand for the earth's natural resources.
The Badger Divide
The Badger Divide is a 320km, all-road, bikepacking route from Inverness to Glasgow; expect gravel, singletrack, hike-a-bike, and a hint of asphalt.
We rode the route this summer over a four day stretch and recapped on our trip within Volume 03.
The pandemic has affected life in a host of negative ways, too many to mention. But the working-from-home culture has one huge benefit; the ability to move from a 9-5 job to a 5-9 adventure, in a matter of minutes.
One minute you’re staring at a computer screen, the next you’re at the beginning of a cycling adventure.
‘Microadventure’ perfectly highlights that you don’t have to travel far to reconnect with nature.
In conversation with Fairlight Cycles
We sit down with the co-founder of Fairlight Cycles, Dominic Thomas to discuss Fairlight’s process of designing & manufacturing steel frame bikes.
During this Q&A, we go behind the scenes to discuss their design process, we flick through Dom’s sketchbooks and we also discuss the importance of making and testing prototypes, during the design process."