Tag Archive: adventure

A 3 step plan: Why quitting your job & doing an endurance race is good for your career

[If you are a keen endurance athlete, why not sign up to our monthly newsletter? HERE] Before we jump into the ‘Plan’ In the last few weeks I have been asked several times; I… Continue reading

What’s the most stupid, grueling endurance challenge you have taken on?

Just planning a 2nd round at the half marathon in a suit of armour, perhaps this time not post A&E visit, with no ankle armor and some food & drink to keep me… Continue reading

5 Epic endurance charity challenges that went viral

Yesterday there was alot of press on 3 friends taking a Barclays ‘Boris Bike’ on a trip from London to Mont Ventoux, a gruelling 6,273ft peak in the French Alps, and returned it with… Continue reading

Replies from the web – Are you a serious cyclist?

[Does this video sum up the list on being a ‘serious’ cyclist?] Between the dedicated cycling forums, twitter and facebook feeds there were some great suggestions to add to the ‘serious cyclist’ list… Continue reading

12 Bike Rides to Do Before You Die #Cyclingbucketlist

This is ladies and gentlemen, why I torture myself for an hour, maybe 2, in the state of the art cycling studio – Athlete Lab after a long day of week on Friday night… Continue reading

An open letter to riders considering the World Cycle Race

Ladies & Gentleman, if you want a bigger bike race, find a bigger planet. Quite frankly today I felt quite inspired by the tales of the 5th rider to join this fantastic endeavor.… Continue reading

AWOL film on Transcontinental Bike Race

‘Melons, Trucks & Angry Dogs’ – Part 1 Just got tweeted this today by @Pollyhound Love it! This was the race I took part in August. Funny enough I feature at 1.44; seemingly… Continue reading