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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 […]

My Cycling Bucket Wishlish

I’ve always been kind of anti ‘bucket lists.’ For some reason I find the whole concept slightly depressing – to me bucket lists bring your mortality into sharp focus and I don’t like to spend a whole lot of time […]

Review: Evoc Bike Travel Bag

Ah, the hassle of lugging a bike around. I can count on, well, one digit the number of times I’ve travelled without either a bike, a snowboard or a surfboard, and it’s bloody easy I tell ya! Just chuck a […]

Cyclists Are Weird

“Sometimes I wonder what on earth I’m doing. It’s cold, I’m tired and I need some time to relax and simply do nothing. But totally exhausted from a full week of work, I find myself pulling on lycra rather lounging […]

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 […]

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 […]

L’Eroica Write Up In Coven Magazine

One of the highlights of my year, L’Eroica is a vintage bike ride through the glorious Tuscan countryside, one I’d like to repeat every single year of my life. Head over to Coven Magazine to see some pictures from the […]

Japan Is ON! I Love Cycle Touring

I’ve always had the travel bug, probably inherited from my parents who have long loved exploring – from wandering through remote mountain passes and hiking along the Silk Route, to sunning themselves on the shores of the med or even […]

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