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Give us a glimpse of your adventure

  • Posted by ruben
  • 20 December 2012

The chatter in the office suggests most of us are planning adventures over the holidays.

There's talk of trail running up Cader Idris, mountain biking in the Dales, road rides over the Preseli Hills, surfing (if we're given the gift of waves) and New Year swims for the hardy.

Next year we'd like to build a short movie of these adventures and it would be great if you could get involved.

If you send us a 30 second(ish) video, a great picture or a map of your adventure by 14th January*, we'll select the best ones and they'll be put in the movie and featured on the blog.

Everyone who gets their adventure featured in the video will win a t-shirt specially designed for the event.

How To Enter

*To enter, email your video to us at [email protected], upload your entry to our Facebook page or tweet us @howies.

Competition closes 14th January 2013, judges decisions are final, your photos and videos may be used on the howies site but you will be notified and credited. (We think it's important to be open and up front about that stuff.)

come to Wales, ride and watch

  • Posted by ade
  • 11 November 2010

Just got this mail from Jim from Summit cycles. The guys who put on the Dyfi Enduro .

Tickets are now available for our Life Cycles and Vast screening at Nant y Arian Visitor Centre on Saturday 20th November.

Life Cycles is a different take on the mtb film, with a focus on stunning cinematography, promising to be a groundbreaking visual feast.

Vast is a new European freeride film shot in some awesome European locations.

For those that want to ride, there is a night ride starting at 5.15 pm from the visitor centre car park.



Tickets are £5/£3.50 for under 16s.

We’ve also got a DJ, food and a bar.

Promises to be a great night!



Summit Cycles.co.uk

Aberystwyth 01970 626061

The Holey Trail.co.uk

Machynlleth 01654 700411

Beics Brenin.co.uk

Dolgellau 01341 440728

Mr. W

  • Posted by aron
  • 8 October 2010

This is a lovely little film. Take two.


via DesignYak / @SteveLeard

Planting Trees

  • Posted by howies
  • 2 March 2009

Today we went in shifts to a field just down the river to help plant trees as part of a local permaculture project giving the community access to local fruit & veg. howies gave some of it's earth tax and time to help kick start things.  here's a quick edit of what went down on the afternoon shift.


Music: Annuals - Down the Mountain

Loose Lips Sink Ships

  • Posted by howies
  • 20 January 2009

A quick edit of Tidy, by Tidy, in the printshop printing the loose lips tshirt of the week a couple weeks back...

The Impossible Project

  • Posted by ruben
  • 19 January 2009

A group of people based in the Netherlands have got hold of an old Polaroid factory and plan to start producing a new type of polaroid film in 2010. 

They're calling it The Impossible Project - in reference to a quote by instant photography pioneer Edwin Land... 

'Don't undertake a project unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible.'

Check it out, I hope they succeed!

jeffs film club - into the wild


in line with the winter catalogue's theme of living off the land, i thought i'd recommend a film to you guys.



summary (from imdb): Based on a true story. After graduating from Emory University in 1992, top student and athlete Christopher McCandless abandoned his possessions, gave his entire $24,000 savings account to charity and hitchhiked to Alaska to live in the wilderness. Along the way, Christopher encounters a series of characters who shape his life.

amazing direction from sean penn, an excellent performance from emile hirsch and potrayals of characters so good it makes me wish i'd met them too, earned this film a solid 9 out of 10 from me. and i'm pretty picky about where i put my 9's these days.

if you've seen it before, let us know what you thought. if not, do it! it's amazing and inspiring.

carnaby street loves you, from jeff

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