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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 […]

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 […]

Assos and Where Do You Ride

It’s all too easy to get blasé about where you live, what you do and where you ride. We so easily forget to notice and appreciate all the little things in life that make it comfortable, fun or unique.     Take […]

The Next Step For New Cycling Converts

One of the reasons I write this blog is to share things that I’ve discovered in my journey deeper and deeper into the mysterious world of cycling in the hope that these tips and insights might speed up your own […]

Video: A 15 Second Mountain Bike Shred

I’m a little obsessed riding mountain biking right now, so you may well see a lot of it on Bikes N Stuff, sandwiched between all the other bikes I still enjoy riding! Having never made a mountain bike edit before, […]

Juliet Elliott cycling the Granite way in Devon

It Ain’t Easy Taking It Easy

The past couple of weeks have been rotten! It all started two and a half weeks ago when I work up feeling terrible after drinking three bottles of beer the night before. I thought that I’d reached a new level […]

Assos Shoot In Devon

For some reason, whenever I shoot with Assos it’s either pre-dawn or pissing it down. I’m quite envious of the other members of the team and the Assos Werkmanshaft, who from what I can judge via Instagram seem to be blessed […]

One Of The Best Cycling Routes In Devon

Women’s Cycling magazine asked me to share one of my favourite Devon cycling routes, and though I love Dartmoor dearly, on this occasion I chose to describe a stunning ride along the English Riviera, taking in Torquay, Dartmouth, Slapton, Kingsbridge […]

Jeremie Reuiller’s Met Pics

Earlier this summer, Mr Bikes-N-Stuff and I spent a sunny afternoon being photographed for the new Met Helmets 2014 catalogue by Jeremie Reuiller. Every time people visit Teinbridge, I enjoy showing off the area I live in like some sort […]

SOFB Cover & Interview

I’m delighted to be on the cover of Stoked On Fixed Bikes, the magazine run by my good friend and photographer extraordinaire, Greg Falski. Check out the entire issue here. SOFB has been running for a while now, and every […]