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Cycling Around the World

Laura Moss Tim MossLaura and Tim Moss are currently cycling around the world.

They left London on August 18th, cycled across Europe, the Middle East, India and South East Asia before arriving in Melbourne after 363 days and 9,698 miles.

They continue their journey in New Zealand and the United States in September.

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Comparison of Base Layer Materials

Base layer materials explained, compared and reviewed. Synthetic Base Layers | Merino Wool | Bamboo | Cotton 'Base layer' is the name given to an item of clothing worn next to the skin during sport or activity. A variety of materials are used for such garments, each with different pros and cons. Below I have set out to review the basic advantages and disadvantages of the key materials and compare which is best for any given situation. They are as follows (click to jump straight to them): Synthet more ...

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