The calls have been made, the important “I haven’t ridden in months” uttered and lie-in times negotiated. We meet outside Herne Hill’s historic velodrome at 8am (I didn’t fair too well in the negotiations). The low February sun floods the street, … Continue reading Cycling hates you.
Adjusting your bike to fit your body is something that I’m sure every rider, even the most recreational, is aware of the importance of. Like many, I’ve spent my riding life tweaking my saddle height, swapping stems and nudging cleats until … Continue reading Service de Velo – Bike fit
I’m a big one for plans; in particular, making them. This well-honed skill doesn’t translate so well into making those plans materialise though. In-fact i’ve built a good reputation upon dreaming up such grand plans, allowing the romanticism of the idea … Continue reading I Never Finish Anyth
A late start Saturday morning meant we were battling congestion in a desperate plea to get out of London and hit the M1. It didn’t really matter though; the car was packed full of food and beer, bikes were strapped on … Continue reading Reverse Doping – Day 1
6am and I’m awoken, as unwelcomingly as ever, to the sound of ‘Samba’. Kit on, coffee slurped (instant – no time for the proper stuff) and I’m out of the door and in rolling away in to the blazing sunlight which … Continue reading The pain game – #MYHOUR