The challenge was simple - THREE PINTS, THREE PUBS, ONE DAY. As some who loves a good beer and a challenge, the #PintPilgrimage from Lucky Saint was right up my street. With a 200km training ride in the diary from Coach Pav it seemed like this was the perfect opportunity to enjoy some of the … Continue reading The Lucky Pilgrim Ride
Guest Dean Regan shares a blog about his recent Coast to Coast in a Day ride - a year on from a failed first attempt, could he return and finish what he had started?
Want to get involved with Guy Stapleford's latest challenge - to cycle 140km every single day in March? Find out how you can take part and win some goodies too in this latest blog.
With my #PACE140 challenge underway and the increasing training load as I work towards the Race Across America in 2022, I'm keen to make sure I manage the DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) as best I can. I'll be honest, I'm not the best at always taking time to focus on proper recovery - life is busy and often I'm off the bike straight on to something else.
Let's talk about commission and making money through 'influencing'. I'm lucky enough to be able to work with some incredible UK brands, as part of my Road to RAAM, and some of those brands pay me a small commission when you use my link or discount code. But what do I do with that money?
In my pursuit to qualify for the world's toughest bicycle race - the 3,000 mile Race Across America - I took on the 24hr virtual World Time Trial Championships on the 16th & 17th of January. Thanks to Covid, the event normally held on an 18 mile flat course in Borrego Springs, California, was being held virtually on the app FulGaz.
Before I head in to my first event of 2021, I wanted to complete my review of 2020 - finishing off with a round up of the second half of the year.
In my pursuit to qualify for the world's toughest bicycle race - the 3,000 mile Race Across America - I'll be taking on the 24hr virtual World Time Trial Championships on the 16th & 17th of January. Find out more about the event in this new blog.
For this weeks Friday Five I'm talking some of the products and techniques I use as part of my recovery routine.
Normally at this time of year, I set out what I want to achieve in the year ahead. Why? Because I love a plan, I need the discipline and the motivation that goals bring. I really believe that the process of thinking, writing them down and publishing them gives those goals more power . It certainly makes me more accountable. But, none the less, this process is an important first step on the road to achieving my goals.