I'm not willing to blindly trust any organisation to decide on my behalf what is worth campaigning for by giving my support after only reading a brief email
I've spent a few years infrequently commuting to Bristol through the year. I've now left that job, so thought it would be interesting to share the photos taken on my usual routes.
I’ve been using the Garmin eTrex 30 for navigation and to record my rides for four years now. I like it a lot, but I don’t think it’s the GPS for everyone. Here’s my review.
I've got some longer audaxes planned this year, so I thought I should actually have a training plan for once.
For a couple of years I've had some trouble sleeping. I'm not sure how much of this is due simply to age or the disruption of having a small child. However, lately I find that even when my daughter sleeps soundly, I often find myself waking too early.
Photos from TINAT 2018 will be added when I have worked out the best way to display them.
My last post about analysing my sleep data had plenty of caveats, but despite my caution I started to wonder whether I was taking an interest in the right variables.
Few bike routes truly deserved the overused term "epic", but I think Andy Corless's Knock Ventoux 300km audax is a contender.
This weekend I'm riding the 400km on and off-road audax in the style and memory of Mike Hall.
You may have read my previous post that I'm trying to use data to work out why I'm sometimes not sleeping well and how I might sleep better. I've been doing that now for some 86 days and I'm excited enough to look at the data and see if anything interesting has shown up.
I'm planning my second Everesting, so thought that as well as climbing lots of hills to prepare my legs, I should do something to prepare my bike.
Page 3 / 9