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Race Across America Episode 3: Rescues and Reflections

So. This is definitely the hardest of my little RAAM trilogy to write. The end of my ride, the aftermath, all the surrounding feelings and emotions, where it has left me today and where I go from here. Last time I wrote I had just been admitted into the emergency department at the hospital. I […]

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Episode 2: Pushing the Pedals till the wheels fall off

If I asked you without giving any prior information where you thought I might have woken up on my 40th Birthday, you would have been forgiven for taking a sensible guess: With your wife and daughter, them giving you breakfast in bed and lavishing you with gifts? Nope. On a family holiday in the sun? […]

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Race Across America: Emotional Rollercoaster and Near Death Experiences

When I started writing this blog/story I had intended it to be one post, then as I got to the length of the average Grisham novel and was only half way through the tale of what happened this summer, I decided to go easy on you, so I’ve split it into 3 episodes, The Prep, […]

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The Program: a My First Film Review production

Hi All, It’s been a while since I managed to find time to sit down and write a blog post, I promise there’ll be more relevant bike fitting and advice blogs on the way soon, as well as an updated website and some more exciting news soon, watch this space. In the meantime, I hope […]

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Knowledge Vs. Numbers: How do we get the perfect riding position

Hi all, I hope everyone is well and enjoying some great rides as we inch our way slowly into summer (well for those of us riding the roads of the UK we are anyway). The spring and early summertime are always crazily busy periods for us, there are lots of people resurrecting cycling pastimes and […]

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Saddle Position: The long and the short of it

Hi All, As promised, I wanted to start getting some more instructive and informative posts out there for you all and this had to be the first. I have read a number of articles on saddle height measurement and achieving the perfect position in the last few weeks. In fact I would go so far […]

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It’s been a while….

So much has been going on the past few months that a few things have taken a back seat….posting blogs being one of them! So I thought it would take this opportunity to update you on all the news and let you know that I’ll be attempting to post more regularly in the future, and […]

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Fit for Purpose

It was something one of my clients said to me, along with updates and pictures of some of the Cyclists Fighting Cancer children with their bikes, that got me thinking how so many of us are blessed with fully functioning bodies that find excuses and reasons not to use them. Then I saw an inspiring […]

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Cycling: Are we taking it all a bit seriously?!

It occurred to me the other day, that I couldn’t think of a sport where there are so many different aspects , eliciting such a wide range of emotions across such a varied set of population demographics. Bear with me, it’s not nearly as boring as it sounds. I mean, there’s obviously a range of […]

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We challenged the hour….we will be back for more!

So we did it….we challenged Graeme Obree’s 20Year old hour record. We all survived, ok so we didn’t come that close and averaging 58km/hr for the whole hour was a bit optimistic, but in the tradition of all the best british competitions/talent shows/quiz contestants “We all had a great day, and we were ALL Winners […]

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