Since returning from Canada and the World Champs Mountain Bike experience the Potters have been busy as ever on the AQR guiding front. Ian is starting to feel the effects from not only guiding full time this year and taking up more of the work load during the months I was ill, but now lo […]
Chipps says goodbye to 12 years of Interbike (and exploding fountains) in Las Vegas. Next year, LA.
19 weeks and 5 days have passed since that day. Today I went back out on my bike for a proper ride. I awoke to a beautiful day, the sun was shining, there was a cool crispness to the air and I knew I had to go. It started with a bit of an uncomfortable […]
If you don’t have to go to places like Eurobike for a living and you’re a bike nut, I guess you could be envious of myself and Chipps. The reality though really isn’t that much fun – Eurobike is massive!! 13 halls, all the size that you could easily have an entire 5 a side […]
Hope everyone is well. It’s been a while and with it being quiet today, with just little old me on my own while Tom1 is on hols, Mark riding in Morzine, Tom2 festivaling ( a word you may not find in the dictionary, but I often like to make up my own ‘claireisms’) and Ann’s day off, […]
It’s been coming up for 2 years since the great unexpected new site and forum incident of Christmas 2008. In that time we’ve been tweaking the site here and there, and leveraging in the Premier system. But the time has come that we need to do a bigger revamp to make the code more performance […]
The last three days have been a blur. The transition from Carlisle to Slaidburn was one of the most incredible cycles of my life, with no exaggeration. The ride was by no means the longest we’ve taken part in, but with regards to duration and sheer physicality it remains the closest I’ve come to being […]
Christ on a bike. What an interesting few days… Scotland is finished. Done. Dusted. No more. At around half past three this afternoon, we pushed through Gretna and over the border. All well and good I hear you say. Very bittersweet though – just a couple of miles down the road we came across a […]
Sunday 24th July: John O’Groats – Tongue
I like things to be well oiled and smooth. My bike, my plans, my groin, etc.. And the first day of riding was exactly that. Kind of.
Welcome to the Bullheart JOGLE Blog! Mark is going to keep us updated on his epic journey from John O’Groats to Land’s End.