Cycling to the Lighthouse of Cap de Formentor from Puerto Pollensa, Mallorca.
It was a lazy start to the morning. I woke up, but instead of getting ready straight away I went downstairs to grab a coffee and some Weetabix (because this girl is rather fond of some Weetabix in the morning) and hopped back into bed to write some Christmas cards. Catching up on Made In … Continue reading Christmas Cards & All the Trimmings
A cycling race where a group of people riding round a circuit in a set time plus 5 laps. The first person to cross the line after those 5 laps wins.... Ok, so I'm not selling that one very well. Hopefully I can do better if you read on. Welsh Crit Champs wasn't my first … Continue reading Welsh Criterium Champs 2017
Hill climb season for cycling comes at the end of road racing season around September. We ditch the long miles and concentrate on going up hill as fast as possible. Ryan seems to think I'm not too bad at going up hills, so a hill climb is what I ended up doing. One of those … Continue reading Oswestry Hill Climb
One of those frustrating race you just need to learn from...
Just doing without a care for the consequences.
Road Cycling in Llangollen. I was still unsure on whether to go out when I woke up this morning. Surely I should get some more revision done? Yet waking up to more awful news, it only highlighted how important it is to find the balance between working and living is. So I was off with … Continue reading Fords and Lamb Tails
Going outside when it's cold and with a possibility of rain is a good way to spend your Sunday right...? Sort of. With a longer ride planned I'd decided to pop into Alf's to get a cycling jacket that didn't act more as a windbreaker than anything else. So following a quick visit to Alf's, … Continue reading Trying New Cycling Routes
Over cattle grids and through gates the hillside soon opened up to uncover a view of the great blue expanse of the sea.