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Some folks are born to achieve, to see world s of possibilities laid out before them, system atically overcome obstacles, and achieve every goal with al most superhuman ability. Kate Schade, the founder of Kate’ s Real Food (KRF), is the epitome of such a description. A go-g etter, her company is changing the way we stay energized in the field by upping quality, sustainability, and expectation.
A great meal can be a joy! Food is important fuel for our bodies. With the right nutrients we can ride to our max ability.
Leaner, Stronger & Looking Good
2021 Honda Crf300l & Crf300l Rally
Andrew Short, the Jack of All Trades
For the average person, one very successful career in a field is usually more than enough, let alone two.
Now and Then
The Dakar Rally is changing whether we like it or not
From Wearing a Cast to Racing Malle Moto
The Silk Way Rally is a 10-day rally marathon and a stage of the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship.
To Dakar and Back
21 Days Across North Africa and Back
DESERT ADVENTURE BIKE TRAINING
The Southwest desert is arguably one of the most uniquely scenic areas of the United States. Its vast majesty, laced with a network of roads of every kind, encompasses six states. These backcountry byways can take us to some amazingly beautiful and desolate destinations. The catch? They are mostly unpaved and many are technical, sandy, rutted, off-camber desert trails with stream crossings and frequently changing slopes. Wind and rain ensure that no two days will see the exact same conditions.
PEACE, LOVE & NAMASTE
A Venture to the Top of the World
WANNABE COWBOYS RIDE THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE
It was our first visit to the U.S. While indulging in stale airline snacks in cattle class on our way to Texas from South Africa, we had a good laugh about all the contradicting and varied opinions of the U.S. we’d heard.
Adventures in a floating hide
DIRT, DUST & DESIRE
Pulling off a month-long moto quest across 5,000 miles of Africa takes help. Luckily, this gang found lots of it everywhere they went.
A Waste Of Time
Plastic rarely gets recycled, ending up in landfills and our seas. From waste-reclaimers to waste-preneurs laboriously upcycling all kinds of material, will the circular economy become mainstream before we choke up our oceans and the planet with immutable rubbish?
Truffles: Black Gold for South African Farmers
Growing black winter truffles can be a highly lucrative undertaking for farmers looking to diversify their enterprises. Volker and Paul Miros, who run Woodford Truffles SA, spoke to Marinda Louw Coetzee about the expert knowledge and capital required to do so.
Ensuring Sustainable Food Systems in Africa
"It is imperative that Africa’s policies, regulations and infrastructure support the global solutions proposed to improve food security on the continent, the authors of this article argue."
There's No Such Thing as “the Latino Vote”
Why can't America see that?
50 000-year-old Social Network Discovered
"German scientists say they’ve discovered a kind of social network that could be about 50 000 years old in southern and east Africa."
B&B: TAYLOR SPILLS BROOKE'S SECRET TO RIDGE
Taylor is floored when Steffy and Thomas reveal that Brooke kissed Deacon on New Year’s Eve.
The Storyteller In Fashion
Tanzanian entrepreneur Nisha Kanabar is elevating the vernacular African fashion space employing content and engagement.
Africa's Richest People 2022
"The continent’s billionaires are collectively 15% richer than a year ago, thanks mostly to soaring stocks."