• Mountain Biking
    Peugeot Boxer MTB Van Build

    Peugeot Boxer MTB Van Build

    It’s been a long time coming, but i’m finally going to show you around my Peugeot Boxer MTB van build. So lets crack on and explain how I built the van, and why I have chosen certain features. MTB Van Build Brief I wanted to do something a little different…

  • Renault Master CampervanRenault Master Build Intro

    Renault Master LWB – I’ve got a new van build!

    I want to you introduce you to my new self build project. A 2015 Renault Master that I will be converting into a rustic campervan over the course of the next few months! It took a long time to decide to actually sell my old Vauxhall Movano campervan. It had…

  • Vanlife
    10 vanlife quarantine questions answered!

    10 vanlife quarantine questions answered!

    I got tagged to answer 10 vanlife quarantine questions! So here’s the answers! 10 quarantine questions challenge How many toilet rolls do you have at the moment? What has been the biggest change for you since lockdown? Where are you currently parked/docked? What have you gone without recently? What are…

  • AdventuresThe Beast Unchained 2019

    Coed-y-Brenin: The Beast Unchained 2019

    I recently took the decsion to enter my first ever mountain bike endurance “race”. Well, its not really classed as a race, but they give you a number and a computer timing chip, so it kinda is a race! The event in question was called The Beast Unchained. It is…

  • How To
    BF Goodrich All Terrain Tyres on a van

    The Ultimate Guide to Fitting All Terrain Tyres on a Campervan

    Its been a long time coming, but I have finally managed to get enough cash together to fit BF Goodrich All Terrain tyres to my campervan. It’s always been a plan of mine to do this to the Movano, but the tyres I have chosen are not cheap! Therefore I…

  • Adventures
    Touring the Lake District in a campervan

    5 days touring the Lake District in my van, and I’m in love!

    Over the years it seems I have travelled more on the continent than I have in my home country of England. It was time to address this issue and head to somewhere I had never been before: The Lake District! So I departed on the long drive from Devon to…

  • ReviewsOlight Baton S1R Torch Review

    Meet the tiny Olight Baton S1R Torch!

    Olight have been kind enough to send me one of their torches to review: the tiny Olight S1R Baton. At 6.5cm in length, and weighing in at just 36 grams, this is a tiny torch that packs an impressive punch! So where should I test this little bad boy out?…

  • ReviewsSuaoki Power Generator Review

    Suaoki Power Generator Review

    I was recently contacted by Suaoki to see if I would be interested in testing out the Suaoki Power Generator. Its a portable power pack containing a big lithium ion battery, and is designed for charging electronic devices on the go. But what makes it a bit special, is that…

  • How Toinstalling a woodburner in your campervan

    An essential guide to installing a woodburner in your campervan

    I have a new woodburner for the van. I went back to Dave at Glastonbury Burners and got a new “mini-cyclops” burner which is based on my old Gnome. In this video and article I am going to show you how I removed my old wood burner and installed the…

  • How ToHow to install a hammock in a campervan

    How to install a hammock in a campervan

    Ive been wanting to install a hammock in the van for some time, but never got around to doing it. But now I have, and here is how I did it! Firstly, you are going to want to install the eye bolts into the main body structure of the van.…

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