Relative to previous years, Mayhem provided a surprisingly technical challenge, largely due to the preceeding week’s rain. It was certainly a torturous challenge to the legs, for when you weren’t … Continue reading Mountain Mayhem 24 hours 2016
Its been an unusual recovery period after the 3 Peaks cyclocross race. The Tuesday following it, I had surgery on my nose and thus spent the last 10 days on … Continue reading Being nosey and recovering.
Its all over, I didn’t think I was going to win today, then I suddenly came incredibly close to being able to do just that. I was beaten by an … Continue reading 3 Peaks Cyclocross, it was emotional.
I’m stressed, I’m tired and I’m busy. Its all self-inflicted and wouldn’t have it any other way. I’m feeling alive, working towards my plans and goals. Seasons are changing, the … Continue reading Seasons Change
World Cup action. I’m finding it difficult to find time to write at the moment, so many projects on the go. This is a bit outdated but so it is.. … Continue reading August Adventures in the UCI World Cup.
More from Mel about her TDF experiences. A day in the life…. I can’t tell you what it’s like to ride the Tour as a pro, but I can provide … Continue reading A typical day on the Tour
She’s back from the land of cheese, wine and duck. The Tour continues to consume her thoughts, she denies this, I see it.. Here’s some insight into some of Mel’s experiences. … Continue reading Leadership. Mel’s insight into her Tour De France experience
Its been a while, busy I guess. The Lance thing was a long time ago now, seems like that never happened, though I will never forget descending flat out for … Continue reading Queen Victoria Cross and such
Its interesting reading some of the comments on social media, for and against LA, and some people whom I know personally just don’t know what to think. To me, it doesn’t … Continue reading A weekend with Lance Armstrong Part 2
As mentioned in my last blog post, I’m getting to know Geoff Thomas and learning about his mission to raise £1million for Cure Leukaemia. Well I’m sleep deprived and my body … Continue reading A weekend with Lance Armstrong
The Bank Holiday is nearly over, I just got back from a 120km road ride with Mel Brand (Ikon Mazda), Stephen Jones and Geoff Thomas – Cure Leukaemia Patron, former … Continue reading Le Tour – One day Ahead
Finally, I’ve done my first UK Gravity Enduro. Its taken me long enough, I remember many years ago listening to Steve Parr (who organises them) discussing his plans for the … Continue reading UK Gravity Enduro R1 Triscombe