January 2014

Fixed Days Berlin & the Rad Rad Race

Fixed Days started off as a few fixed gear shenanigans over at Eurobike in 2010. Now bigger and better, Fixed Days is an event in it’s own right, and takes place annually in Berlin. I’ve never been, so I’m not […]

Why setting goals didn’t work for me

Last year I entered my first races, having a go at closed road circuit races, fixed gear crits, cyclocross races and cross-country mountain biking. Now, from reading this blog, and knowing my background as a pro-snowboarder, you’d be forgiven for […]

Cannondale Women’s Supersix Evo review

Since it’s launch back in 2011, Cannondale’s Supersix carbon road bike has gained legions of fans, scoring consistently highly when put through it’s paces in numerous publications. But though light, stiff and well regarded, the barrier to many has always […]

Wideopen Magazine’s Women’s Wednesdays

Lauren Jenkins recently interviewed me for Wideopen Magazine’s Women’s Wednesdays and took the chance to ask me several questions about women in action sports and how we can grow participation. It’s an interesting question, and a subject that’s close to […]

Video – A Very Fast 2013

I was tinkering around with my phone in bed this morning as I had a huge pot of tea and not one, but two cats on my lap. Normally I don’t use my phone in bed but I couldn’t reach […]

Artcrank Feature For Urban Cyclist

I recently wrote an eight-page feature for Urban Cyclist magazine on Artcrank‘s ‘poster parties for bike people.’ It came out super nice, so go grab a copy to find out more about this genius combination of beer, bikes, arts and […]

Cycle Touring – Where To Begin?

Ah, the thrill of the open road! Nothing but you, your bike and the wind in your hair. Well, that and a couple of panniers stuffed with essentials! Travelling by bike, you’re immersed in the scenery, an extension of the […]