The Bear Bones 200 is a self supported, long distance, bikepacking event in the Cambrian mountains of Wales. With the promise of remote tracks, steep valleys and some of the biggest views in all of the UK. Not that I would be riding it as I applied too late, having been away riding the North Coast 500 when entries opened…
After such a rad time at the Dorset Gravel Dash earlier in the year, we were back for more off road mayhem at the inaugural Bikemonger Bimble.
If you have to check the tide times before your ride you know its going to be a memorable one!
The Rapha Prestige is not a race. It’s a highly exclusive sportive style event put on by the swankiest cycling brand in the world and somehow I had blagged us a place on the start line!
5 days and 500+ miles of self supported adventure road riding around the Scottish Highlands.
The Dorset Gravel Dash 100 is as the name implies is a 100 mile bike
race reliability trial over some extremely mixed terrain in the hilly seaside county of Dorset!
Easter, Spring or Vernal Equinox… call it what you like, but this time of year is about rebirth and some much-anticipated sunshine!
My parents (Ken & Rosemary) are without doubt lovers of the great outdoors and have always been up for a challenge, must be where I get it from.
Today’s ride was set at 125km making it the longest ride of our current tour, but more of an issue than the distance was Khun Chae National Park and the mountain that lurk within it.
From the edge of town we started seeing signs for Chiang Mai and felt a bit like we were heading home.