‘When is enough? When do you stop pushing?’ I was asked recently. I had already asked myself the same question … Continue reading Pushing: when do you stop?
The bike was at angle in the air, pointing across instead of down the landing ramp. This was going to … Continue reading On Injury: Thoughts From The Waiting Room
‘You don’t have to go, you know. You could go home. Chill.’ I am never more the child than when … Continue reading The Competition
Recently, I was riveted by a Facebook post. Really. An open question to a mountain biking group:- Had other riders … Continue reading Please Do Not Feed The Fears
At times I might describe my riding as furious. Legs pushing, face and hands clenched, tongue held between set teeth. … Continue reading If Bruce Lee Rode Bikes
Months ago we put together the plan to ride Tim Woodcock’s (Wheelwright’s) Coast to Coast route (well, something based on … Continue reading Becoming the Tortoise: A Lesson in Endurance
This is Scott (a.k.a. ‘The Dinner Lady’), one fifth of our Bontrager 24:12 team, modelling all his clothes. He is about to … Continue reading 24 Hours Later: Essential Packing for a 24 Hour MTB Race