Starting from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London, I'll cycle out of London past Kingston-upon-Thames and out towards Dorking.
Heading north through Leatherhead, the route eventually takes me back into London over Putney Bridge.
Lastly through Whitehall into Trafalgar Square, under Admiralty Arch before a spectacular finish on The Mall. Hopefully I'll get back to here without any major issues!!
I am very pleased to say that I managed to get around the course despite the horrible weather. To sum up the whole day in one or two words would Continue Reading →
The night before the next day !!! The training is over, now I’m relying on my legs, my kit bag, my energy drinks and bloomin’ large slice of luck and Continue Reading →
You may have predicted England would be out of the world cup, but are you “good enough” to guess my ride time?? Now that’s a challenge that you probably won’t Continue Reading →
On Sunday 29th June I set out for my longest ride ever. I was well prepared although quite nervous. As I cycled along the A418 from Aylesbury towards Wing, the Continue Reading →
Throughout June I have been riding to Watford from Aylesbury. It’s a route that I have become used to, having ridden it many times now. Although 27 miles sounds like Continue Reading →
For a few weeks now I’ve been planning to ride the Aylesbury Tour de Vale ride. I booked up thinking it’d be a fun ride, way before I signed up Continue Reading →
I decided to try and follow the training plan and ride every other day for about one hour / one hour and a half. The weather had other plans, it Continue Reading →
On Saturday I received a copy of the official magazine for RideLondon – Surrey 100. Inside there are many useful articles and editorials. These cover many different things from bike Continue Reading →
Training underway with two 27 mile rides in one day…… Aylesbury to Watford and then home again at the end of the day. I don’t usually ride all the way Continue Reading →
My first training ride since I signed up for RideLondon100. I rode one way from Tring to Watford. I’m going to have to get used to riding both ways, which Continue Reading →