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Cycling and Camping in New Forest

There are few things I love more than cycling, holidays, being outdoors and spending time with my family so when an opportunity arose for us all to go to the New Forest to ride bikes and camp out in our […]

Review: Thule Roundtrip Pro XT Bike Bag

Thule have been manufacturing bike accessories for quite some time now and their brand has always been synonymous with quality. So when they asked if I wanted to try out their new bike bag I was enthusiastic. You can tell you’re […]

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, […]

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 […]

Swiss Climbs with ASSOS Man

Morning! I hope you guys are enjoying the fantastic weather we’re having. I truly do love travelling with my bicycle but even I crave some time in my own home so it was  a real treat to spend a sunny […]

Taiwan’s West Coast on a folding bike

After a couple of weeks adjusting to the bone-chilling cold we’re experiencing here in the UK and some time planning my training for 2018’s race season, I’ve finally found an afternoon to sit down and  share my thoughts on cycling […]

The Best Climbs in Gran Canaria

With last year being so annoying thanks to multiple injuries and enforced time off the bike, this winter I decided to treat myself to some time in the sun to make up for my time on the couch. Inspired by my […]

Winter Sun – Cycling La Gomera

I can’t help but begin this post being annoyed about writing it. Not because I don’t enjoy penning pieces for Bikes n’ Stuff, but because I wrote the whole darn thing once already and just as I pressed ‘publish’ it […]

Riding the first Etape Australia

With race season done and dusted, I’d just resigned myself to a few months of cold, winter rides and turbo sessions when out of the blue, a very exciting email landed in my inbox. Would I like to go to […]

Cycling in Sydney

I’m sitting at Sydney airport trying to make sense of the last six days. I’ve spent less than a week in Australia, much of it severely jet-lagged and packed so much in that it’s hard to know where to start […]

Epic Bike Rides Of The World Book

Every autumn I like to spend some time thinking about next year, what my goals will be, my target races, which countries I’d like to visit with a bike and which rides I’d like to factor into my schedule. Aside […]

Rad Race Fixed 42 World Championships

Apologies for the tardiness of this post, I’ve been pretty flat out trying to catch up with work and travel these last few weeks! In the middle of June, the ‘Fixed 42‘ Fixed Gear World Championships took place in Berlin, the […]

Cycling In Catalonia

The region of Catalonia has been in the news a lot recently with thousands joining a rally on the regions national day last month to demand a referendum on independence and the recent regional elections being used by pro secessionists […]

Red Hook Crit Barcelona Part 1

Riding my first ever Red Hook Crit back in July was an amazing experience – the race itself, the atmosphere, the people, just everything about it hooked me straight in and made me want to sign up for the next […]