Training pays off - chain-gang confidence coupled with turbo power sees me stay at the fighting end of the race, competing for the podium. The 9th round of the SW series is my best yet.
A reflection on my first season cyclocrossing. I've collected a summary of my results along with the photographic highlights of me getting muddy.
Just lately Look Mum No Hands! have hosted a couple of evening events that Tom and I have been involved with. The first was Minutae - organised by Tom and celebrating both the worlds of coffee and cycling. You can read more of what went on here A few weeks later Cyclefit and Look Mum… Continue reading Evenings at Look Mum No Hands! Cafe et al.
Saturday 11th March Round #4 of the London Women's Cycle Racing league, was held in the grounds of a private estate near Mildenhall and Lakenheath in Suffolk. The course was a 3.5 mile circuit which would be repeated for 10 laps in the women's E1234 race. I was especially excited for this race as it… Continue reading LWCR #4: Elveden
What better way to earn your Easter Egg than go out in the bitterly cold and race around a circuit somewhere in West London? Tom and I couldn't think of anything to top this plan, so we hopped in the car and went to Hillingdon.
On Thursday the 19th of April Tom and I drove to Stoke on Trent for the launch of the Halfords Tour Series and the women's series - Johnson Health Tech GP. Highlights of the Johnson Health Tech Grand Prix Series will be shown on ITV4 as a part of The Halfords Tour Series highlights on… Continue reading Tour Series Launch
I did my first 'big' race: the first round of the national team series which was held at Hog Hill. Here is my report copied from the team blog [link] "Good Friday saw the first installment of the Shutt Velo Rapide National Women's Team Series. Although not a target for Team Mum, we managed to… Continue reading National Team Series Round 1