What is it? If you don't know about them, the 6-12-24 Hour World Time Trial Championships (WTTC) are held every November in Borrego Springs, a quiet Southern California resort community. The riders set out to complete many miles as possible in 6, 12 or 24 hours and determine who is the fastest in the world, … Continue reading 3HR vWTTC of FulGaz
Before I head in to my first event of 2022, I wanted to get in a little round up of 2021. Well, the first half of it at least. So read on in this new blog...
This isn't a sponsored blog, as using the Glucose Monitoring Unit is something I've wanted to trial for a while now, particularly as I prepare for Race Across America. So I bit the bullet, purchased and as such here is a bit more about the what, why's and my conclusions after a month of using … Continue reading Review: Supersapiens Glucose Monitoring System
When motivation get's a bit low I always find taking some time to reflect and refocus in order to help bring that spark back. So, to start with a bit of refocusing I thought I'd share my plans for next year and the lead up to Race Across America in June.
As part of my Road to RAAM 22 I've cycled a few miles now in my relatively short ultra-distance cycling career. Along the way I've had some learning experiences and I want to share more of those and hopefully help people on their own journey. I wanted to start this blog with a point I … Continue reading 3 Things I’ve learnt in ultra-distance cycling
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts Winston Churchill 2 years ago this week I was part of team who tried to #RunThePeaks - a 450 mile non-stop relay between the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales. After 200 miles, just before ascending the … Continue reading Failure & the art of self-reflection
I like to ask the really pointless questions, by and large it's how all of my challenges start life, with the question "Could I [insert ridiculousness]?" This time, with the countdown well and truly ticking for Race Across America next year, the question that struck me was "Could I go further indoors or outdoors?"...and so … Continue reading Indoors vs Outdoors – a 24hr Challenge
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.