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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 […]

What should I eat for bike racing?

At a recent road race I was genuinely amazed when a fellow cyclist confessed that she didn’t know what to eat before a bike race to fuel her efforts, neither beforehand nor during the event itself. It seemed a real […]

ŠKODA Mentoring – We Have A Winner!

Remember I launched a competition in conjunction with ŠKODA to find someone who’d like helping achieving their cycling goals this summer? After a huge number of entries on YouTube and Instagram we chose a winner, London based Nelsy. Nelsy, a […]

Training Update: Fun vs Gains

Afternoon all! I’ve finally managed to find time to sit down for a minute with a cuppa and write a blogpost, something I’ve been meaning to do all week. Life is really hectic right now, despite this normally being the […]

The best rides of 2017

  Like many cyclists, the end of the road racing season in October is when I start looking back at what I’ve achieved and figuring out where I want to be in the future. It’s a time to reflect on […]

Red Hook Crit London 2017 – The wet one

Whereas Red Hook Crit London 2016 will forever be known as ‘the one that Dani King entered’ this year will be legendary for another reason – the atrocious weather. As it happened Dani King MBE (Olympic Gold medalist and team Wiggle […]

Racing The Tour Series

I’m very much all or nothing. I tend to love things or hate them, commit one hundred percent or quit and see things in black or white with no shades of grey. God only knows why I’m like this, but […]

Thundercrit: Sick Racing

I’ve just finished watching editing my video of Thundercrit so I gave it a watch all the way through before uploading it to my YouTube channel and I quickly realised that all the footage of me complaining about feeling ill is […]

My Fixed Gear Race Weekend in NYC

I’ve just got back from a long weekend in NYC and man, jet lag is the worst! Seeing as the city is absolutely crazily expensive I decided to go for just three days, figuring that along with keeping costs to […]

Urban Cyclist Interview

I was delighted to be approached by the guys are Urban Cyclist for an interview recently, deemed urban enough despite currently residing in a tiny village thanks to my connection with racing city centre crits, such as Red Hook. Nonetheless, […]

How I was bitten by the training bug

This time two years ago, I’d just recently written a guest post for Brooks England ‘Just don’t call it training,’ where I talked about my worries that undertaking any kind of organised training would detract from the sheer fun and blessedly […]