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Ride with me and ASSOS Speed Club

I’ve been hoping for so long that ASSOS would set up a club to bring together cycling fans around the world so it was great news to hear that they’re doing just that. Based around an online hub where cyclists […]

Splat! Red Hook Crit Milan 18

It was meant to be the glorious end to the year’s racing. Training for the race had been a constant throughout the summer. I was hoping for a satisfying finish to a season, something to be proud of and I’d […]

A Grumpy Brussels City Crit

A couple of weekends ago I was standing next to a van shivering in torrential rain feeling sorry for myself.  I contemplated hurtling around a wet 1km circuit on a brakeless track bike. I thought of the corners, two tight hairpins […]

Summer In Brief

The last few months have been really busy for me as though I’m not a professional cyclist in the traditional sense, I do make a living out of cycling through writing, consultancy, digital marketing and brand partnerships and the summer […]

Review: Chrome Niko F-Stop Camera Bag

There’s a whole lot I like about Chrome Industries products. Their products are aesthetically pleasing, they work with people I like such as Kelli Samuelson, they’re rooted in messenger culture without being exploitative or getting it all wrong and their […]

Do Good & Win Swag

Want to win some awesome products from ASSOS, Oakley, Pro Bike Tool and Tribe? Then read on! This October I’m off on a very special ride in Spain, Ride For Love, pedaling from the sea to the summit of the […]

YouTube have chosen me!

This summer the YouTube team scoured all of Europe for the most exciting, influential, relevant and interesting female creators. And what do you know, yours truly is one of the finalists! Along with a fascinating group of women working in […]

Review: Lost Lanes West

We all have favourite routes that we go back to time and time again. There’s so much to be said for familiarity, dependable cafes and hills in all the places you expect (and none of the places you don’t). However, […]

A Triple Race Week

You know that saying about buses? You wait all day and then three come along at once? Well yeah, that. For various reasons such as clashing dates, travel, family, work (as well as a real cooling off of racing in […]

Can Women Handle a Tour de France?

It’s no great secret that I care about equality and get regularly wound up by the injustices women face in many aspects of our lives. I’m a feminist. But I make that statement as a privileged white woman living in […]

Tour De France as a VIP

This summer has been a whole heap of crazy fun already, so much so that my feet haven’t really touched the ground and I’ve been a little tardy in sharing everything I’ve been doing with you, dear readers. I endeavour […]

Ride For Love in the Sierra Nevada – Join Me!

I’m not actually sure if I’ve already mentioned this to you, dear readers, but my nutrition sponsor, TRIBE not only make delicious natural bars, shakes and hydration products, they also spearhead an amazing charitable foundation. Established last year, the TRIBE Freedom […]

The Best Overnight Bicycle Adventures in the UK

As you guys probably know, I’m sponsored by a pretty damn awesome nutrition company, TRIBE. These UK based purveyors of amazing snacks, bars, shakes and hydration are so rooted in nature and the great outdoors that for this month’s ‘TRIBE […]

How to recover from crashing

Last week I was co-editing SKODA’s Instagram along with Hannah Barnes and we were fielding questions from followers, the idea being that they could ask us absolutely anything about cycling and win a signed OVO Energy Women’s Tour Queen of […]