I’ve been rather torn on this one for a long while. Do I write something about it, don’t I. I don’t know. Part of me just wants to bury everything and the other just wants[…]
A Little RLI2Paris Data
Been rattling through the stats from my Lan2Paris ride, some interesting. Changed the front derailleur a total of 199 times, and the rear 4666 times, resulting in 29% Di2 battery used (which includes all the[…]
The Final Push!
And so the final push, little sleep really due to the ferry but think I made a couple of hours. Finally on French soil and what a cycle path. It’s basically an old railway line,[…]
A messy day today. The “original plan”, dreamed up last night, was to wake up super early and blast (yes that might be also a slight issue when riding the bicycle equivalent of a super[…]
All started well, was making pretty good time and even planning how much further I could push things and maybe eat a bit out of tomorrow’s ride. By the time I got through Rugby I[…]
Hills, Horses, and Garmin Gremlins.
Early morning ride to make up for yesterday. In the Keswick Bikes green jersey this morning, not quite the sprinters jersey but hoping that it will help make up plenty of time! With the disastrous[…]
Lancaster to Paris – Setting off on Thursday 18th May
The Royal Lancaster Infirmary last month opened its new Diabetes Hub to aid in even better care and research. Setting off on Thursday 18th May Allan will be riding from the Diabetes Hub to[…]
Lancet – The Most Advanced Bike in the World?!
I’ve been a little busy in the shed again, this is the end result (click to enlarge):
Going Old School!
It started out as I left my test strips at home so I didn’t have any on me, and frankly couldn’t be bothered riding home in monsoon type weather to get them. Anyhooo decided that why not[…]
JDRF Type 1 Discovery Day – Newcastle
I received an invite off the JDRF to go to Newcastle to speak about riding a bike on my crazy rides and handling it being T1D at the Newcastle Type 1 Discovery Day. Being the[…]