Connie’s Winter Wrap

I always find the winter months difficult as I switch from the high of the road season to cyclo-cross where I am playing a very different game. However, there must be something that I love about falling off multiple times per race, ‘freezing to death’ and battling the 80% rule at national trophy races. My... Continue Reading →

Guide to racing in Belgium for women

For the past year I have been dying to make the trip over to the cycling holy land of Belgium to race. Having raced the European junior cycling Tour in Assen for the past four years I was desperate for more international trips. In January this year I really started looking into it all. I couldn't find very much... Continue Reading →

Exams, pressure and excitement

May was a very strange month for me. Although I only did a couple of time trials, one local circuit race and then the North West Tour, it was quite an exciting month. I started my GCSEs which are really testing me, but cycling is proving to be the best method of coping. Not only... Continue Reading →

First international race

April. Well what a month. Lots of racing from local races to my first women's national and to racing in Belgium lets say it’s been crazy but also one of the best. The first weekend saw some local regional races. One was Hog with the occasional hill which as someone who loves Hog Hill now... Continue Reading →

Bike Review – Liv Envie

Now before any one thinks I have been made to write a review on the Liv Envie I haven’t. I am writing this off my own back. I used to swear by a certain Belgium bike brand up until this year. I used to have this conception that Liv bikes were just the easiest female... Continue Reading →

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