The Road to PBP series – 2018 The pre-qual training begins (pt2)

Our girls French trip was a real eye opener for me. Here I was with a riding partner that I loved to ride with, who had a similar pace to me, but who had very different rest & recovery requirements to me. This could be a real problem. We needed a way forwards, but I had no idea what that was to be. Just a couple of weeks later, was the infamous Bryan Chapman 600k.....

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The Road to PBP series – 2018 The pre-qual training begins (pt1)

When I last wrote on this subject it was Spring, I was full of excitement, and really happy that I was going to be riding this attempt as part of a team. Myself & my friend Laura were to be riding, and my husband (The Hubster) would play a supporting role providing ‘domestique’ duties at each control ensuring a consistent supply of food, a guaranteed bed at any control we needed, fresh clothes, and batteries/chargers for our electronics. This support was to be with Dora, our trusty Transit Van.

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The Road to PBP – part 1

Ever since my first attempt at PBP in 2015, I knew that I would probably have another go at completing it. It was such an experience, and I knew what I did wrong, so figured I had another 4 years to work things out and fix them. What is PBP you may ask?PBP stands for... Continue Reading →

Zebra on a bike – ride around Britain

I'm always interested in following stories of women cyclists taking on Epic challenges, especially when the odds are stacked against them. A couple of weeks ago I came across a link for a young lady called Natalie Wilson - aka Zebra on a Bike. She suffers from a debilitating illness called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (or EDS),... Continue Reading →

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