There's nought cold about this beautiful bike, despite it's icy blue exterior and steel interior. Meet this Ritchey P-650b and the people behind it.
21:15 Wednesday night Thank god I brought whisky. The Lluest Cwm Bach bothy and I are just getting acquainted with one another, me learning her creaks and groans as the fire warms her timbers. I'm sat by the fire that was prepared for me supping a whisky hot choc out of my tin cup. My… Continue reading A mid-week mid- Wales crisis #3: thank god for whisky
With Stage 19 in the bag, the Grand Tours Project team went onto Stage 20. Here's a look back at the highlights of my #giroproject. Stage 20 Stage 20 was a chunky day. With over 4000 metres of climbing over a relatively short course, the day was set to be a true challenge. Following the… Continue reading Protected critters, acting cool and hairdryer wind: Part 2 #giroproject
Peering over hedgerows, searching down valleys, stopping at the top of an exposed mountain top to swallow it down. This is the view. The view doesn't much care if it's raining. The view doesn't much care if it's cold. It never fails to inspire and bring a grin to your windswept, rain battered face. This… Continue reading Reasons I ride #1: the view
For the last 4 and a bit months I've been embraced in a warm, slightly damp, musty smelling muddy hug. I call this hug the cross season. Friends new and old, Dulwich club mates, Digi Dave, John Mx the Guru, Bill the results, and of course my pit bitch JC have all been a part… Continue reading End of Season Blues