On Saturday Nick and I had a couple of hours to burn. We decided to go on a bit of an off-road trip around the Chilterns to a. avoid the wet roads and b. try out something different to our usual riding. Nick plotted the route online and did not shy
We did a fantastic 5hour-ish Gravel ride yesterday around the Chilterns. This is Nick's new ride! Definately the ride bike for our area to conquer mud and steep hills! We didn't take plenty of clos-ups. So hold your horses, some more photos will follow soon!
This past week was filled with absolute excitement following the dots on the Atlas Mountain Race map around. I loved seeing the riders progressing and trying to find various sources to find out more about the event, the key people and bike packing in general. I found Instagram was a
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oXiEojK-ew&feature=emb_title While most of us are still hit by a cold weather front George fuels our dreams to get back out to play.
This time Niels Schnadt & Mike Williams interview Wes Trigg. He moved with his wife and son from our neighbourhood in Aylesbury out to Portugal to follow his passion for outdoor sport and to live a lifestyle at the sea. Most impressively he started his Triathlon camp business in a
Recently this video from Tom Scott was brought to our attention and it is of great value! Did you know the Dutch have a championship in cycling into head wind? There you go
Unedited special feature. I spoke to Nick Clarke on the phone a day ahead of the Atlas Mountain Race in Morocco. It was too good so I had to publish it. ENJOY
Last year we had Simon Howes on our podcast where we found out about the transition of his team (Then Brother UK Tifosi b/p Team OnForm) to UCI status. In the mean time many things evolved, the team has a new head sponsor and the team roster is announced. And