Hans and Peaty Take On Iceland: AWESOME VIDEO!

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Getting its World Premiere today is the film of Hans ‘No Way’ Rey and Steve Peat and their Iceland adventure. This is the film of the story that featured in issue 101 of Singletrack.

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Some stunning waterfall shots as you’d hope – (Scott Markewitz all photos)

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Your stars: Mr Steve Peat
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And Mr Hans ‘No Way – looking off into the sunset in a heroic fashion’ Rey
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Thought that Iceland was all gravel and ice? Us too, but we were proved very wrong
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OK, maybe a bit of ice…

And, so, on with the main feature. Make sure you have ten minutes spare for it.

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Chipps Chippendale

Singletrackworld's Editor At Large

With 22 years as Editor of Singletrack World Magazine, Chipps is the longest-running cycling magazine editor in the world. He started in the bike trade in 1990 and became a full time mountain bike journalist at the start of 1994. Over the last 30 years as a bike writer and photographer, he has seen mountain bike culture flourish, strengthen and diversify and bike technology go from rigid steel frames to fully suspended carbon fibre (and sometimes back to rigid steel as well.)

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