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Turbo Training Rituals.

After hearing that winter was set to return this weekend, cheers Carol – I’ve just set-up my bike on the turbo trainer. Before im accused of being a fair-weather cyclist I was out this morning and ride in all weathers but life has been busy the past couple of months and an hour here and … Continue reading

Guildford (sportive) training

Guildford (sportive) training

I’ve finally managed to get into a training routine now I’ve finished work, combining both running and cycling. With the cycling it has been tough getting in the miles, the main routes that start out from my house are only around 30 to 40 miles, not enough to replicate the miles I will be cycling … Continue reading

Up and running – East Sheen

Up and running – East Sheen

I have now officially finished work and it is time to up the training. Cycling has kept me fit, but  unfortunately it has not helped me keep off those pesky pounds gained from working in a job that included a lot of client entertaining, meaning long lunches and lots of drinking. If I am going … Continue reading

London to Paris: KRUK

It is now just two weeks until two of my colleagues and I set off on our London to Paris ride for Kidney Research UK. We will be leaving London on Wednesday 27th June, setting off from Crystal Palace at around 07:00 cycling 95 miles to reach Calais for 16:00.  This means we have roughly … Continue reading

Weekend Training

Weekend Training

With training at a minimal during the week, weekends are vital to get the miles in the legs. As I am cycling London to Paris with two ladies from work (Edda and Sophie) we planned a training ride around Richmond Park.  We initially discussed cycling from London to Brighton, however it was decided that we … Continue reading

Turbo trainer training!

Turbo trainer training!

Since the LEJOG, cycling in my household has become rather minimal.  Work has taken over and with a wedding to plan the opportunity to get on our bikes is minimal. Working in SE London but living in the West of the City means commuting by bicycle is a bit of a death sport.  Numerous times … Continue reading