Every race you’ve prepared a lot for should be approach with a certain amount of nervousness. If you’ve put the hours of effort in, you want that churning feeling your stomach at the start: it lets you know you care and you’re going to give it all ya’gat. However, I’ve never ever been quite as… Continue reading The Burgess Hill Springtime Classic: men, hills, jelly babies and awful weather.
Oooo it’s a bit chilly. I hope I’ve got enough clothes on. Down the hill! Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I LOVE cycling! Ah, red light. That’s OK, we’ll be on the open road soon. Another one?! It’s 7am, Brighton, there’s no one on the road! Every red light. What. Maaaan, I love cycling along the seafront, it’s so… Continue reading 64 thoughts whilst cycling 64 miles.
I’m lucky enough to be doing a job that takes me right the way around the world. In the past 14 days I’ve traveled up and down Taiwan, and come home via 4 days in Madrid. It’s great, and I totally love it, but it does mean that I spend more time than I’d like… Continue reading Tips for trips, travel and training