Divided - The Film, Xterra Italy Lake Garda, Travel Dudes on the Baltic Sea Route and Ice Climbing with Maria and Gordon on HorizonSports this week.

In 2017, Rickie Cotter and Lee Craigie rode the Tour Divide, a 2745 mile self-supported mountain bike race from Canada to the Mexican border. Shot entirely using a Go Pro and an iPhone, this film documents the journey the two friends made in a way The Adventure Syndicate hope inspires and encourages the watcher to get out there and have their own adventure. Fear of failure can stop all sorts of adventures before they even start but what if failing is the best part? Best Adventure Sports Film – Kendal Mountain Festival 2018.

2019 Xterra Italy Lake Garda
Lake Garda is a world apart. Given the intense colour of its water with a marked shade of blue and matchless transparency, this place is a unique spot, surrounded by the mountains that create its fjord-shape configuration. This scenery was the perfect backdrop for another stop of the XTERRA European Tour which is considered as one of the biggest triathlon series of the world.

Travel Dudes – Baltic Sea Route
Denmark got a superb network of cycling routes connecting the entire country. In this video, we explore the Baltic Sea Route, mostly following the N8 cycle route across some of the most beautiful coastal regions in Denmark. The Baltic Sea Route connects pretty much the whole of South Denmark and stretches over 820km in a huge figure of eight.
During our journey, we visited many places such as South Zealand and Moen, Gavnoe Castle, the graffiti & street art in Naestved, the stunning Moens Klint, Lolland Falster with Marielyst Beach, Haderslev Dam, the Kolding Castle, the Fredericia Ramparts, the Halsskov Reef and small towns like Skaelskoer and much more.

Ice Climbing – Maria And Gordon
Multiple World Champion and World Cup winner, Russia’s Maria Tolokonina has been one of the star performers on the UIAA Ice Climbing circuit for well over a decade. 
Canada’s Gordon McArthur retired from competition ice climbing midway through the 2018 season. Tired, fed up, exhausted, one of the most experienced climbers on the circuit decided to call time on the World Tour. Twelve months later, a reflective McArthur explains the reasons for his return to World Cup action ahead of the competition in Denver, United States.

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