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14 tips for doing the Camino de Santiago

Every year thousands of pilgrims and walking enthusiasts walk the Camino de Santiago, the Way of St James, following the many routes to Santiago de Compostela. The Pilgrims Office in Santiago de Compostela has reported that nearly 240,000 pilgrims received their Compostela certificate in 2014 from 140 countries around the world. The Irish are still among the top nationalities on the Camino; more than 5,000 walked to Santiago last year alone. If you are among the pilgrims walking the Camino this year, listen up as Roland Monsegu, director of CaminoWays.com offers you his top 14 Camino de Santiago tips.

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Weekly motivation: 3 great upcoming events not to miss

From high-octane mountain bike events to armchair adventures, take your pick form inspiring events this April.

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Which bike?

If you're getting into road biking or triathlon, Rob Cummins will help you decide on the right bike,

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Monday motivation: 3 great upcoming events not to miss

From high-octane mountain bike events to armchair adventures, take your pick form inspiring events this April.

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Competition for Best Place to Go Wild in Ireland

The Irish Times launched its Best Place to Go Wild in Ireland competition on Saturday 29 March 2014 (www.IrishTimes/gowild)

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Ballyhoura to host European Marathon Championships

Ireland will host its first official UCI mountain biking championship event in June 2014.

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Kenya Calling

Join Concern for the ultimate life-changing challenge.

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Behind the Scenes of the MountainBikeNI Video

MountainBikeNI interviews Andy Yoong to get his thoughts on Northern Ireland's rise to fame as a mountain biking destination.

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Northern Flight

With four new mountain bike trail centres in Northern Ireland last year more people are headed North then every before.

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Cyclist, 102, breaks record for the second time

When Robert Marchand retired he didn’t decide that life should give him a break. Instead he took up cycling and at 100 years old set a new record for the most distance covered in one hour. Now aged 102 he’s done it again.

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60 Seconds With Rob Greenfield

Travelling 104 days and 4,700 miles, Rob Greenfield talks to us about traveling across America on a bamboo bike.

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Riding high – the Passportes du Soleil mountain biking festival

The Pass' Portes du Soleil mountain biking festival makes the best use of the skiing regions runs, chair lifts and gondolas.

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Outsider People of the Year - the winners

The second annual Outsider People of the Year took place in December 2013. We were spoiled for choice when it came to nominees this year.

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Mountain bike bonanza review

We love to ride at Outsider and we think we know a good bike from a dodgy one. Here are 10 of the best that we recently tested at Ticknock.

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Outsider People of the Year 2013

We love this time of year. It’s when the Outsider team gets together and compiles (argues about!) our list.

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Get on your bike - Wales

If you are a keen mountain biker but are growing tired of Irish trails and fancy trying something new then North Wales is well worth a visit.

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60 Seconds with Leon McCarron

60 seconds with professional adventurer Leon McCarron

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Biking skills: tips for adventure races

Most adventure races involve a biking section. Here Niall Davis of Biking.ie looks at how to get the most from that portion of the race.

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The ups and downs of Gravity Enduro

In 2012, the first ever Gravity Enduro series of mountain biking races took place in Ireland.

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