If you were new to Cycling what would you do first? + Sarah Vaughan’s journey to her first Ironman.

This might seem an odd post this month since most people reading this blog started cycling several years ago, but it's an interesting idea to reflect on and makes you think about whether you have everything covered. Most of us learn to ride a bike as a child and just hop on whatever we have [...]

How to put together a busy cycling season without falling apart……Willie McColl’s, what event didn’t he do this summer?!

Before you know it you’ve booked to do 12 sportives, 4 cycling holidays and a couple of multi-day events, that are really races, sitting in your lounge in gloomy November.  It all sounded like a good idea at the time and then reality hits home of how are you going to manage it all and [...]

What has everyone been up to over the summer?

What a summer we have had across Europe, it started hot and dry, became hotter and dryer and finished off even hotter but I think everyone on two wheels would prefer that?! Now we are into October, it's traditionally a month where everyone starts to adjust to winter approaching and take some time for a [...]

Training Tips to Improve Fatigue Resistance.

How do you train to improve your fatigue resistance? What tips are there for improving your training plan? How does fatigue resistance training differ from normal training? Last week saw us move from Tenerife back to France for the summer season. Tenerife has been fantastic this winter. I particularly enjoyed the training camps, having not [...]