ALPE D’HUEZ long course triathlon Race report I have to admit, I’m struggling with this one. Writing is rarely a problem but I just can’t find the words to
World Gravel Series: the race “No no wait, we find you a bike!” With lovely Italian hospitality, the organisers produced a small-ish cyclo-cross bike belonging to the brother of
World Gravel Series: the recon “Come on, let’s just go and do it. I’ll find a bike and it’ll be fun!” We were talking about a gravel race
Living on Lanza The Highlander, Motowns – British Family Bar, The Black Bull and a souvenir shop promising PG Tips and Marmite line the main car park in the
Landing on Lanza Wednesday, 4.05am. Beep beep beep beeeeeeeeeeep. The cat lifted her head from the duvet and gave me a slightly confused and decidedly annoyed look. “Jeez woman,
Train Travels Bilbao was great. If you discount my slight bike mishap during the race, I had a wonderful time and was quite enchanted by the dynamic little city.
Nevis Valley “Look!” I shoved the map triumphantly under Guilhem’s nose. “We don’t need to take the main road back to Wanaka! We can go this way!” Te Anau
The Elgrand Motel Shhhhhh shit shit shhhhhhh!! Hanging over the front seat in the dark, my shoulders squeezed between the head rest and the front window, I blindly hit
The Battle of Bruce Bay Read any Lonely Planet guide to New Zealand and it’ll tell you the best way to visit the country is to drive. Given that
Whether you would like to come on board the journey or simply join me for a bike ride, I’d love to hear from you!