Aug 152017
 

Since it’s #NationalRelaxationDay, I of course had to go for a mini cycle, only did 26 miles. But that’s better than nothing at all!

Check out the route I took at www.strava.com/activities/1134857818.

Cannondale Pro Cycling Team 2014

Aug 152017
 

Below are the top three most looked at photos on this website so far during August 2017.

Number 1 (267 views) : Nick and myself cycling
Nick and myself cycling

Number 2 (117 views) : Nick and myself cycling
Nick and myself cycling

Number 3 (103 views) : Nick wearing Vermarc Etixx Quick-Step Cycling Team kit
Nick wearing Vermarc Etixx Quick-Step Cycling Team kit

Aug 122017
 

That’s me done just over 3,000 miles of cycling so far this year! So should make it, to my goal of 4,500 miles.

I will leave you, will some photos from the cycle! And of course the route can also be found at www.strava.com/activities/1129697593.

adidas Team GB 2016 replica kit
adidas Team GB 2016 replica kit
adidas Team GB 2016 replica kit

Aug 112017
 

This time, 8 years ago I would have been cycling from Carbisdale Castle to Loch Ness. A distance of 63.1 miles. Of course, next time I do the cycle, really need to make sure that I take many more photos!


You can check route between we took between Carbisdale Castle to Loch Ness @ www.strava.com/activities/445506866

Aug 102017
 

WOW! I can’t believe that 8 years ago today, I was well into the second day of the JOGLE cycle. More information about the cycle can be found at www.endtoend-cycle.com.

Aug 102017
 

This time, 8 years ago I would have been cycling between Tongue to Carbisdale Castle. A distance of 47.9 miles. Still can’t believe that I did it!

Here is some breaking news, I’ve hoping to do it again in the summer of 2019! But can’t stay at Carbisdale Castle again, since it’s no longer a youth hostel! 🙁





You can check route between we took between Tongue to Carbisdale Castle @ www.strava.com/activities/445506834

Aug 092017
 

WOW! Was it really 8 years ago today, that I started an adventure of a life time? Yep it really was! On this day back in 2009, I started the first day of the End to End cycle. So in other words cycling all the way from John O’Groats at the top of mainland Scotland to Land’s End! A cycle of 990 miles, taken 16 days!

Here are some photos from day one, which took us from John O’Groats to Tongue a distance of 64.23 miles.


Mike and myself @ John O'Groats


You can also check out the route we took @ www.strava.com/activities/445506836.

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