road trip distressed

Grunge is not dead – it just smells funny

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Our Road Trip artwork is now available on a rather grungy and distressed organic T Shirt. Ready for adventure.

It’s a great quality organic T shirt. We have been stocking and wearing these shirts for several years now, and are mega happy with them. What’s more, this shirt makes you look like you have just had an awesome adventure.

Choose a great life

I’ve said it before and I will say it again. If you want to make life plans and set yourself goals. You could read a book or two on the subject, maybe employ a life coach. Or you could just use this artwork as your plan: dog, board, bike, cool van, long hair, all heading for adventures. What more do you want out of life? Choose life, choose trails.

Support Indy Bike Journalism

When you buy merch from Singletrack it really helps us tick over. Not only are the products pretty damned awesome, and will serve you well. But also, back here at Singletrack, it really helps us to keep on writing, shooting, riding, and pumping out great content and good biking vibes. We really appreciate your support, and none of this would be possible without you.

The Unheard History of Grunge

Whilst on the subject of Grunge… let’s briefly dive into the unknown history of Grunge music. Everyone knows about Nirvana, but there is so much more to grunge than teen spirit.

It all started in 1967 when Kenneth Williams recorded the Rambling Syd sessions at the famous Abbey Road studios. Yes really. Well, sort of really.

Post Your Grunge.

If you don’t think Rambling Syd Rumpole is the greatest grunge musical act ever. Post a YouTube link to your favourite in the comments below.

While you’re here…

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Charlie Hobbs

Merch & Marketing Manager at Singletrack

Grumpy, happy, hairy, overweight and awesome. I started riding offroad in 1978, and never stopped. I was once Charlie The Bikemonger, I invented orienBEERing, the Clunker Classic, and the Dorset Gravel Dash. I own the Bum Butter brand and I'm a co-owner of Dirt Dash Events. I also work at Singletrack, I have the self-appointed job title of "Overlord of the leftovers" and look after the merch shop, and marketing. Other interests include skateboards, surfboards, motorbikes, and cooking (I invented the Beefer Reefer).

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  • duncancallum
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    Greatest grunge band has to be Pearl Jam!

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    Maybe a bit of this would help

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    Nevermind was 31 years ago.

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    I need some cute and girly teen spirit. Blimey.

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