wearegoingawol:

We have always been confident in the capable and good vibes of the AWOL family. Teaming up with THE most inspiring outdoor / (r)adventure / campvibes brands just makes so much sense. We love what Polerstuff have achieved in such a short amount of time, how much good vibes that has been sent around the globe the last year, truly inspiring. We’ve built a great friendship and we’re both super stoked on the result. Head over to The Radavist for more pictures and stay tuned for the the great release party next Friday in Portland at the brand new Poler flagship store.  More info on that to come.

To the whole Poler Team and The Radavist one man show. Love and respect, kudos in general. See You soon!

justcyclingshit:

Nibali, Stage 5, 2014 Tour (-)

justcyclingshit:

Nibali, Stage 5, 2014 Tour (-)

(via cyclist-in-the-fog)

cadenced:

Thereabouts is a documentary following Lachlan and Gus Morton as they cycle 2500 kilometres from Port Macquarie to Uluru in Australia. Beautiful scenery and a valuable look at what motivate us all to ride a bike. Thanks to CyclingTips for the heads up.

fuckyeahfabiancancellara:

sephtonjack:

Fabian & Sven

Always love to see Fabu smiling.

fuckyeahfabiancancellara:

sephtonjack:

Fabian & Sven

Always love to see Fabu smiling.

This is very cool

booksactually:

ILO ILO DVDdirected by Anthony ChenSet in Singapore, ILO ILO chronicles the relationship between a family of three and their newly arrived Filipino maid, Teresa, who has come like many other Filipino women in search of a better life. The entire family needs to adapt to the presence of this stranger, which further threatens their already strained relationship. Still, Teresa and Jiale, the young and troublesome boy she cares for, soon form a bond. Their unique connection continues to develop and soon she becomes an unspoken part of the family. But this is 1997 and the Asian Financial Crisis is starting to be felt in all the region… /ILO ILO was first released at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival as part of the Directors’ Fortnight on 19 May 2013. At the festival, the film was awarded the Camera d’Or award, thus becoming the first Singaporean feature film to win an award at the Cannes Film Festival.(now available at BooksActually & our webstore !)

booksactually:

ILO ILO DVD
directed by Anthony Chen

Set in Singapore, ILO ILO chronicles the relationship between a family of three and their newly arrived Filipino maid, Teresa, who has come like many other Filipino women in search of a better life.

The entire family needs to adapt to the presence of this stranger, which further threatens their already strained relationship. Still, Teresa and Jiale, the young and troublesome boy she cares for, soon form a bond. Their unique connection continues to develop and soon she becomes an unspoken part of the family.

But this is 1997 and the Asian Financial Crisis is starting to be felt in all the region…

/

ILO ILO was first released at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival as part of the Directors’ Fortnight on 19 May 2013. At the festival, the film was awarded the Camera d’Or award, thus becoming the first Singaporean feature film to win an award at the Cannes Film Festival.


(now available at BooksActually & our webstore !)

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