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 Monday “Plan”
So Monday. I had a plan, a good lie in. Did that. A good breakfast did that. A bit of maintenance Monday to keep everything bike related nice and happy, done that. All nice and[…]
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[…]
A hard first day!
First off it took forever to escape the hospital. Yes, I had a “normal” checkup before leaving before the good ol’ handshakes and best wishes as this lunatic setoff. Think I wasted a good 90mins[…]
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):
A new year is with us, and with the floods, bashed ribs and other craziness it’s really time to hit the training again. The roads are still pot hole hell, and the weather can be[…]
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[…]
mHealth Grant Tour – Brussels to Paris to Geneva
On Thursday 20th August, I received a telephone call from the JDRF enquiring if I would like to do a ride for them. Answering yes without thinking about it, they went on to explain they[…]
Off to Sweden I go
Over the years I’ve been through quite a few airport securities, but I really must say that the Heathrow folks were first class. Friendly was a huge thing, not the usual grunt/poke/mutter group. These folks[…]
Travelling as a Type 1
So I’m off on a little flight off to Sweden for a long weekend with friends. The original plan was to ride back from Stockholm via Copenhagen, Hamburg and Amsterdam. Sadly though LM’s frame is[…]