Motivation – Age is just a number – MJ’s story

Why do so many of us lose our confidence as we get older? This motivation series will include inspirational stories, achievements and tips to build confidence. To put it all in perspective I’d like to share MJ’s story. She’s the perfect example......

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The Road to PBP – Qualifying Begins

This early season event is the Willy Warmer 200k, run by Paul Stewart from Audax UK. The aptly named event is (allegedly) not actually any reference to a part of the male anatomy, but instead a reference to the Willesden Green Cycling club, who promote the event, and the fact that cold weather is assured.

A very honest interview with Victoria Pendleton

She is now patron of a charity called The Wave Project, that uses surfing as therapy for young people suffering from mental health issues, or from disadvantaged backgrounds. She's back to being an adrenaline junkie, and is in a much better place for now Grab a cuppa, and take time for a read.

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.....

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.

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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