Every female has to deal with their cycle and doing sport at some point in their lives, but it's not something that is openly spoken about.
Waking up with a bit more 'go' in me this morning, the thought of doing a 2 hour session on my Wattbike seemed like a good idea. I had a bad case of cabin fever yesterday and I just couldn't get it out of my system. It was definitely an occasion for Lucy to disappear … Continue reading Following New Paths
Another building block for London Marathon training, I ran the Wrexham Running Festival 20 Mile race.
We spent New Year's Day walking up Wales' highest peak, Snowdon.
If you're joining a women's bicycle ride this Winter, here's a few tips on what to take with you.
You've heard about the Horseshoe Pass, but have you heard about the Old Shoe?
Starting something new, like cycling, or getting the motivation to go out and ride can be difficult sometimes.
Cycling is on the rise, but that might mean cycling with your other half. If you or they are an experienced cyclist, it's always worth considering they might not be as quick as you!
I'd only been in London 2 minutes and David Beckham walked past abandoning his Bentley on the side of one of the many busy roads in London. With a fashion sample sale to head to first that took up a lot of the day, but didn't stop me stumbling across Portobello Road. A road I … Continue reading Hidden Gems in London