As most of you know, earlier this year I had a slight mishap on my mountain bike while riding up in the Peak District at Lady Cannings. Which may have resulted in me losing half of my face and breaking my wrist. Oops. Ever since taking the time out to recover properly, which took was... Continue Reading →
I know, I'm just as confused as you are. If you read my Weekend Ride post a few weeks ago, you'll know that just before completing the ride I had a puncture in my front wheel. Well, I thought that was the case. It was certainly flat and I was riding on the rim of... Continue Reading →
Although I'd planned on riding this Saturday, this ride was definitely a spur of the moment ride. Mainly because I was writing some of the upcoming blog posts and kept looking out of the window. Granted, the ground was a little wet but the sun was shining and I'm not sure if it was because... Continue Reading →
Just keep going... If only it was that easy. As the weather starts to turn and the temperature drops. It can become less enticing to head out the door. I'm sure that everyone has their own methods of getting the miles in during the colder months. I thought I'd share some of the methods I... Continue Reading →
I've met quite a few people within a cycling related capacity but this one has stuck with me and still makes me smile to this day. I was out and about, enjoying a cool, crisp autumn ride. I'd wrapped up nice and warm, possibly a bit too warm. By the time I'd gotten up the... Continue Reading →
Everybody has different things in life that they find important. For me, riding bikes has always been towards the top of the list.
I love it when big cycling events come to the UK and especially when one of the stages weaves its way around the area where you live. The Tour of Britain, Stage seven, came to Nottinghamshire on Saturday the 8th. Will and I had had our eye on this date since the tour was announced... Continue Reading →