Off Grid 2024 Collection Launch

Our new Off Grid collection speaks to those moments when we are out of range. We disconnect from our devices and connect to our environment.

Sky and sunlight. Stars and fire. We ride feeling close to the road and our bodies. We hope you’re just as inspired to seek out your own Off Grid Moments.

Peramangk Country, South Australia

Every January, the Santos Tour Down Under magnifies the richness of Adelaide’s road cycling scene. Australian cycling enthusiasts are well-versed in the South Australian tarmac covering the lush and hilly Mount Lofty Ranges in the Adelaide Hills Council, the vineyard-dominated Barossa, and the Epicurean beach, food, and beverage hotspot of the Fleurieu Peninsula.

What the locals and some adventurous interstaters know is that South Australia’s gravel and adventure riding scene is more than a rival to the road riding. If there’s one takeaway from this page, your gravel bike must accompany the next Radelaide trip.

An unseasonably hot Easter weekend saw three intrepid riders/models, one trusty domestique, and a photographer capture the sublime beauty of South Australia’s gravel.

Springton, an hour’s drive from Adelaide, hosted the ride start and finish. The Springton Pub received the dusty and dehydrated crew at the ride’s end, with baffled patrons questioning our near-identical clothing and what the hell we were doing with our Easter Sunday night.

The group consisted of Laura and Adam Tomlinson, fresh off an international flight that morning, Pedla modelling journeyman Griff Knight, and Coopers Pale Ale enthusiast and vibe machine Max Hardy.

I expected superb riding due to my prior experience. The stillness, softening evening light, setting sun, and rolling cloud cover created a magical atmosphere on this particular Sunday night. We drank in the outback entire so close to Adelaide with its bullet-riddled road signs, sweeping open landscapes, dodged the erratic kangaroos and grazing sheep, and buried ourselves in frosty Cokes at the finish.

The latest iteration of our adventure Gravel Jersey

Here for the adventure. Our first jersey featuring a double zipper, the Gravel Jersey offers versatility and functionality–perfect for those long days in the saddle.

Adding new layers to your expedition kit

Constructed from a breathable perforated fabric, vented at the rear and more pockets than you’ll need, this is a super versatile piece of kit that’s at home on the trail, on the street and around the house.

Our Tech Tee has had an upgrade

For those days when a Jersey doesn’t fit the bill.

Constantly evolving, our latest Gravel Tech Tee is our most technical tee to date. Available in short and long sleeve, they’re constructed from a supple Italian fabric so you’ll be comfortable no matter where you are.

Words and images by James

Thanks to our riders
Laura Tomlinson
Griffin Knight
Max Hardy