Saturday 11th March Round #4 of the London Women’s Cycle Racing league, was held in the grounds of a private estate near Mildenhall and Lakenheath in Suffolk. The course was a 3.5 mile circuit which would be repeated for 10 laps in the women’s E1234 race. I was especially excited for this race as it … Continue reading »
Back at Hillingdon for round three of the Beyond Spring series of races. Most of the ladies were up in Scotland for the National Team Series round in Perth. There was still a reasonably sized field with Clemence Copie (HWCC) and Harriet Owen (Matrix Fitness) up there as the main contenders. Continue reading »
What better way to earn your Easter Egg than go out in the bitterly cold and race around a circuit somewhere in West London? Tom and I couldn’t think of anything to top this plan, so we hopped in the car and went to Hillingdon. Continue reading »
As you may or may not know I work at Cyclefit, Europe’s leading cycle fitters. As leading experts in the world of cycle fitting, Cyclefit often provide training to aspiring bike fitters.
This Monday, James from our partner store Pearson Cycles came in to consolidate his training. I was volunteered as his guinea pig
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A very cold and wet experience at Round 1 of the LWCR Continue reading »
Tom and I have both got jobs in central London, so it’s time to say good bye to Devon.
Hosted at Brunel University, this year’s Cyclefit Symposium featured presentations by the world’s leaders in bike fitting, medical and academic speakers plus leading bicycle and frame manufacturers. The event lasted two and a half days, in which time we heard from some really great speakers – some were quite controversial! I’m really sad that I … Continue reading »
I spent the London Bike Show working on the BikeRadar Training Hub that was being run by my coach Koolstof. Continue reading »
At this time of year most competitive cyclists are getting stuck into their training for the coming season. In order to be able to train to your best potential it is important to know where you are – and even more importantly – your training zones. Whilst there are formulas that can be used to … Continue reading »