As this season draws to a close I thought it would be a good time to reflect on why I think I’ve had my most successful season yet…I’m sure that my huge audience will be excited to hear about the different approaches I’ve taken to racing this year… But as is the case with most … More Racing is an opportunity…
My last post was written early November prior to the second national lock down. Since then, my daily routine has been somewhat anbormal (for me..). I’d normally spend somewhere between 1-5hrs a day training which would force uni work to take up all the space surrounding that. Due to a knee injury I spent the … More If you can’t train, then learn. Knearly back to normal…
It goes without saying, 2020 is going to be ‘that year’ we will remember for mostly all the wrong reasons. Even though there has been heaps of negatives from this year, I feel like there are a few things I will look back on and think ‘Ah yeah I did that in 2020’. There’s two … More I’ve been 2020d…
Writing reports from single events have been a rarity in 2020, with the majority of my events being time trials I guess they aren’t the most exciting of races to report on. The majority of TT race reports will be something like: ‘Felt pretty good for the first half, started to hurt from just after … More Sporting TTs > Out and back TTs…& first open TT win
Will it make me faster? Can I justify the cost? Is there a better alternative? These were just a few of the questions I was constantly asking myself when considering in undertaking a wind tunnel session. The experience of wind tunnel testing has been of interest for a long time and ever since wind tunnels … More Cycling wind tunnel testing – is it worth it?
It’s been a while since writing anything on here, and it’s fair to say the world a different place to what it was just 6 months ago…The world is a few months deep into a global pandemic and I’ve no doubt it has impacted everyone in one form or another. A mixture of boredom and … More Got bored, wrote a blog post….2020 Season recap?
August has been another reasonably successful month, albeit with some valuable lessons learnt along the way. The month began with a Kermesse style road race around the Cranfield triangle circuit, the race ended up being just over an hour due to a bad crash after a few laps into the race. I knew due to … More 2019….drawing to a close
July began by concluding an enjoyable family holiday in and around Lake Garda, Italy. We spent 4 days in Sirmione to the south of the lake then rode to Riva Del Garda for the remainder of the stay. The area is great for cycling and has a lot to offer. I spent the majority of … More Riding through July
June has been somewhat of a successful/ breakthrough month this year given it got off to a slow start hindered by injury. The month began coming 11th at central region RR champs, my highest placing in a Nat B this year so promising signs of some form coming through. I then competed in a midweek crit … More It’s getting hot…..
In early May I travelled back home for a few weeks due to easter holidays, before the final year exams to conclude my second year of uni. During this period at home I got stuck into a load of road racing and a few tts. WVS RR Race report: Sunday 5th May saw Seb and … More May Update