KEEP GOING

HIKE

Hiking with kids: a sanity guide

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Hiking with kids: a sanity guide

Every parent will agree that hiking with little ones has its ups and downs. But with well-planned routes and a couple hacks, wanderwegs can actually be a lot of fun.

RIDE

Discover our official SCOTT-SRAM collection.

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Still hungry!

For such a prolific cyclist, Schurter is humble. He speaks coolly over the phone about past successes. One gets the sense quickly that he spends very little time looking back, motivated more by focusing on the road ahead.

RUN

SKI

News from Team TSL: record of the Vosges Crossing and exclusive test of the 2021 collection

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News from Team TSL: record of the Vosges Crossing and exclusive test of the 2021 collection

By arriving on the Place des Armes in Belfort on Saturday 11th July after 26h41 of effort over 203km, Maxime Grenot did not content himself with beating the previous record, he smashed it by almost 3 hours. A couple of days before this record, the TSL Team, of which Maxime is a member, discovered and tested our future running-trail collection for Spring Summer 2021 and gave us their feedback.

Martin Johnsrud

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READY, SET, GO.

Norwegian Martin Johnsrud Sundby gets set to compete in world championships this week

TRAIN

How to train for XC in the off season

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How to train for XC in the off season

After a long cross-country season spent skiing and competing, week in, week out, how soon should you start training again? What should you focus on?

Designed in Collaboration with Zaha Hadid Design

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Designed in Collaboration with Zaha Hadid Design

OWN IT - Your body, mind, attention, intention and dreams. Forget the fashion magazines, the influencer accounts and the perfect BMI, it's time to say, "I'm doing this for me." You OWN IT - All of it!

The Interview: move the body, still the mind with Ursina Badilatti

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The Interview: move the body, still the mind with Ursina Badilatti

As a professional skier, Ursina Badilatti’s days were consistent: equal parts eating, training and sleeping, the same routine, day-in, day-out. Flights, training camps and world cup events added variety, sure. But during her 15-year cross-country career, during which she earned a 3rd place finish at the Engadin ski marathon and various Swiss championship titles, her mind and body felt disconnected.