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LEJOG week three: into Scotland

Two years ago this month author Anna Hughes set off on a book tour from Land’s End to John o’ Groats. This is part...

LEJOG week two: railways and rivers

Two years ago this month author Anna Hughes set off on a book tour from Land’s End to John o’ Groats. This is part...

LEJOG, week one: soul searching – Anna Hughes explains

It was two years ago this week that I set off on my version of the LEJOG tour from one end of Britain to...

Cycling solo to Iran

London – Bolney, UK (29th July, 2015) Total miles cycled: 43 (69km) Thigh status: Stable Awake at 6am, then 6.15am, then 6.30am. Today’s the day! I try...

Living on the Edge

November 2012 and having passed my 53rd birthday I decided the time had come to try and get a bit fitter to avoid becoming...

Brief encounter French style.

I travelled the day before as we needed to be at the car park in Dover ready for our escorted transfer to the ferry...

We chat to Jess Varnish about the Breeze initiative

As the UK revels in the success of the Grand Depart, British Cycling’s Breeze Network has revealed that participation in its female-friendly programme has...

Womens Evening – Bikeyard

I am a passionate fella. I adore my family, I adore my wife and I adore my bike/s. This passion extends to promoting the...

Mountain Biking from a women’s perspective

For the comfy touring cyclists of you out there I ask you a question: have you ever considered mountain biking? I’d never really thought...

Re-kindling that cycling passion

I used to cycle EVERYWHERE. In my early teens my trusted Raleigh Racer took me to see friends, boyfriends, movies and shops. But then...
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