Sometimes I like to head off somewhere completely new with my bike and see what the riding is like there. I’ve been cycling in France in each of the previous two years but closer to home there are places like North Wales, Lancashire and Yorkshire where I’d previously never been. We all get bored riding in the same place so it’s good to broaden the horizons every now and again!
Think of the posts below as a sort of cycling tourism and ideas for your next trip somewhere new!
Marchlyn Mawr is another one of those semi-closed road hill climbs in North Wales. Similar to Stwlan Dam, the [...]
There are a tonne of cycling climbs in North Wales and Snowdonia. I went to uni up there in Bangor and [...]
View across the Tagus river at sunset – Lisbon’s Christ the Redeemer statue is visible on the [...]
I’ve managed to ride a bike or go around a couple of F1 circuits so far – including far away ones [...]
I rode Paris Roubaix once before in 2013, it was…interesting. I ended up riding a route of my own after [...]
Recently we headed over to Mallorca and the Sa Calobra climb for a long weekend with 3 days of riding and [...]