A Very Good Day

Sometime back in the summer of 2018, when I was constructing my training plan for the upcoming cross season, I set myself two goals: To beat my previous time in the 3 Peaks CX race. To get on the V40 podium in one or more of the Scottish CX Series races. Well, I smashed myContinue reading “A Very Good Day”

Training for Grit (or, What I Have Learnt from the Superquaich)

I love the Superquaich. By the time the SQ rolls round, it’s a nice change from the routine of the SCX series. The SQ is a bit different, a bit weird, a bit edgy. Course features that would probably not make it into a British Cycling race start to appear (because let’s face it, anythingContinue reading “Training for Grit (or, What I Have Learnt from the Superquaich)”

A Linlithgow love story

I’ve posted this photo before, but I’ve never really talked about what it means to me. In 2015 I decided that, since I had a cyclocross bike (which had spent most of its life with slick tyres on the road), I should enter a cyclocross race. So I entered the West Lothian Clarion‘s “Last Gasp”Continue reading “A Linlithgow love story”