Monthly Archives: January 2016

Emily Chappell’s advice (part two)

To follow up my last post, here is some more advice from Emily Chappell that I got when I met her last week in Edinburgh. 6. McDonald’s might not be aware of it themselves, but they have excellent laundry facilitates … Continue reading

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Emily Chappell’s advice (part one)

Last week I met up with Emily, who was up in Edinburgh to present her newly published book ‘What Goes Around’. The book is an account of her time in the saddle, working as a bike courier in London’s streets. … Continue reading

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Testing equipment

During my training in Spain, I trialled essential equipment that I am planning to use on my around the world ride: Garmin Edge 810 Before leaving for Spain, I purchased a Garmin Edge 810 based on its reputation for having … Continue reading

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Training camp in Spain

Hello everyone, I spent the last 20 days in Spain, topping up my tan lines, practising my selfie skills, relaxing in warmer climates and, of course, training hard! I thought I’d let you guys know how I was training and … Continue reading

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