A lot has happened in the last few weeks. I’m not talking about the referendum (although the Mpora team was as horrified as anyone when the UK apparently decided to abandon reason and vote leave). But while nothing in the world of adventure sports could ever compare in significance to that decision, in our own modest way big things have been happening here at Mpora too.
If you’re reading this article the first of these will be obvious to you – you’ll be reading it on the entirely new Mpora website. Our team of design and development geniuses have been working flat out for months to create this new-look platform. We hope it will make finding and reading the articles you want a simpler and more entertaining experience. But we’d love to hear your feedback, so please get in touch on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or in the comments below and let us know your thoughts.
“If you’re reading this article the first change will be obvious to you – you’ll be reading it on the entirely new Mpora website.”
The second significant event of the past few weeks as far as Mpora is concerned is that our Facebook page – arguably the most effective way of communicating with you, our readers – now has over one million ‘likes’. This feels like a significant milestone not just for us but for adventure sports as a whole. Many of our friends, it seems, feel the same way – this community that we are all proud to be part of is big and it’s growing all the time.