Goal setting – How to keep a growth mindset

As it’s a new year, and a new decade, its likely that a you’ve been looking ahead and setting goals. Last year I set myself a goal to cycle 6000 miles by the end of the year. It was a target I missed the year before but would be my highest annual mileage ridden.  I like to set an annual mileage goal as it helps me to commit to getting out regularly. This in turn helps me achieve some of my other goals around keeping fit and healthy, riding long distances and encouraging others to ride.

A chip off the old block – a night ride to Brighton

Shortly after my PBP ride, my daughter Abi sent me a message that took me by surprise a bit...
"Mum, I think I'd like to ride LEL in 2021"
My response, "Blimey,  you don't do things by halves, do you?  Have you any idea how hard that is?"
I was so proud, and then promptly set about sending her advice about all the things she would need to consider, and ways to build up her mileage and progress to the really long miles. This 'advice' was mostly unwelcome, but that's what mums do, and it's certainly what I do.

Happy Abandon (or, when a ride doesn’t go to plan)

On 7th January 2018 I had a plan. A ride that’s in our club’s annual Audax calendar is the 100k Watership Down ride. It’s there every year, and in my early Audax days I entered this for a couple of years on the trot. The ride is hosted by Winchester CTC, starts in Kings Worthy,... Continue Reading →

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